|By Business Wire||
|April 2, 2014 12:33 PM EDT||
VectorUSA, a premier technology integrator focused on offering unified voice, video and data network services, announced today it has opened a new office in Pleasanton, California, purchased a building and opened a larger office in Phoenix, and moved its Harrisburg, Pennsylvania office to a larger facility in Lancaster. Significant revenue growth in 2013 and growth in the markets VectorUSA serves have fueled this expansion.
“Our office expansion reflects VectorUSA’s strategy of serving markets where we believe there is opportunity for growth, in both large markets such as Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as mid-sized markets such as central Pennsylvania,” said Robert Messinger, executive vice president of Sales and Operations for VectorUSA. “It also results from an expansion of the services we provide, such as mobile infrastructure and managed network services.”
VectorUSA designs and implements unified voice, video and data networks to help organizations of all sizes better utilize these converged technologies to meet critical business and organizational objectives. The company primarily serves the K-12 education, healthcare, medium- and enterprise business, ports and terminals, and federal, state and local government markets.
The new Pleasanton office will give VectorUSA a permanent presence in Northern California. The company has worked with several customers in the Bay Area for the past decade and many of its strategic partners are located in the area.
VectorUSA’s new office in Phoenix is part of a 13,000 sq. ft. building the company has purchased. The VectorUSA Phoenix office has enjoyed significant success in the last few years; it has become a preferred technology provider to several Phoenix area and state, county and local governments, as well as to organizations such as the Mohave Educational Services Cooperative, a nonprofit corporation that empowers Arizona schools, cities and counties to save time and money by providing cooperative contracts and procurement support.
The move of VectorUSA’s central Pennsylvania office from Harrisburg to Lancaster enables VectorUSA to both serve a large metropolitan community, as well as maintain its existing relationship with the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, which has been recognized by the White House’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology for its innovative approach for educating students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
VectorUSA is a premier technology integrator offering information network consulting services and unified network solutions. Vector arms public and private organizations with the superior quality network infrastructure required today to achieve their goals, such as creating optimal learning environments, maximizing business productivity and rapidly sharing critical information. Founded in 1988, Vector is headquartered in Torrance, California with offices in San Diego, Rancho Cucamonga and Pleasanton, California; Phoenix, Arizona; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; and Washington, D.C. For more information, please visit the company’s website at www.vectorusa.com.
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