"The access to our Southern and Midwestern clients, the numbers, and the overall vibe here made Nashville a no-brainer." - Robert A. Grom, CEO
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) February 11, 2016
GROM, a premier New Jersey-based IT consulting firm focused on SAP™ technology, today announced the establishment of a full service satellite office in Nashville’s historic Marathon Village. The Nashville satellite office will house business development activities and serve as the hub for GROM’s Gartner award winning TotalAccess™ Application Support Service.
Nashville’s emergence as a burgeoning tech center was an important factor in the decision. After a two year selection process, Nashville’s proximity to key target geographic markets, its favorable business climate, and its increasing desirability as a business venue ultimately served to make the choice clear.
“In the end, the choice was obvious,” said Robert A. Grom, founder and CEO of GROM. “The access to our Southern and Midwestern clients, the numbers, and the overall vibe here made Nashville a no-brainer. Our sensibilities, values, and culture are very much aligned with the Nashville community, and we’re excited about entertaining our customers in this wonderful venue.”
Marathon Village, one of Nashville’s most desirable addresses, is a four block complex of artists' and photographers' studios, offices, radio station, and a distillery; all centered on the former Marathon Motor Car factory. It’s most well-known tenant, Antique Archaeology, is the business at the center of the A&E Network’s hit television series American Pickers on the History Channel. Other high-profile neighbors include Lightning 100 radio, Corsair Distillery, and Marathon Music Works.
The official grand opening is and ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for March, 2016.