Denver's Dizzion tripled its employees and doubled its revenues in 2015. In anticipation of continued growth, the cloud services company is moving its headquarters to downtown Denver and opening an office in San Antonio, Texas.
"We're seeing a rapid increase in demand for our virtual desktop solution," says CEO Steve Prather. "Dizzion's big focus in 2016 will continue to be building and growing our team and supporting our customers at the highest level of which we are capable. Our office moves in Denver and San Antonio will deliver the space and business tools to allow our team to thrive." He says the company made some key hires in 2015, including Carol Wood as its chief financial officer, Brady Ranum as its VP of product and strategy and Margie Sims as its VP of sales.
As the company grows in 2016 it anticipates launching new products. It hasn't announced what they will be but the company has focused on using cloud computing to allow clients' employees access to applications and data from any device, anytime, anywhere.
Dizzion will move its Denver headquarters to the 26th floor of Dominion Towers at 600 17th St. in downtown Denver in February. The new space will be three times as large as its former headquarters in Denver. It also plans on moving into a larger space in San Antonio in the first quarter of 2016.
The company already is hiring in Denver and San Antonio in sales and operations positions. Ultimately the company expects to double its staff in both offices this year.
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