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Retarus Opens New Office in Atlanta to Accelerate Growth

ATLANTA, June 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Retarus recently opened a new office in Atlanta, GA to accommodate its rapid growth in the region. The new location brings Retarus closer to new and existing clients in the region, facilitating the ability to deliver a better customer experience overall. The new location in Atlanta will also magnify Retarus' efforts to further expand staffing and capabilities in engineering, professional services and customer support functions, as well as increase its ability to service current and future markets. It will serve as an attraction for those willing to work in an urban core and uncap new market potential for Retarus.

"Atlanta has truly become an epicenter of technology in the past few years. After studying the market carefully for potential opportunities, the decision to expand our presence into Atlanta is a logical step in Retarus' business growth strategy," said Steve MacDiarmid, President & CEO, Retarus Inc. "We are excited to grow our team in the Southeast region, which will be able to further support the business community and provide our clients with the highest quality solutions to meet their growth ambitions."

The investment in Atlanta, the hub of many startups as well as major multinational companies, shows how meaningful the market is to Retarus. The area has a concentrated pool of finance and healthcare industries that continue to be the biggest revenue generators for the company. The market is ready for a wave of disruption, which means local brands are looking to broaden focus and bring in new enterprise level providers that can help them simplify their communication processes. Retarus has the required Global Delivery Network for facilitating the flawless integration of cloud solutions to accommodate growth and business needs of these top-tier firms.

The development of this new location comes shortly after the move of Retarus' U.S. headquarters to a new location in Secaucus, NJ. As a result of this strategic relocation, Retarus is now better equipped to steer upcoming growth plans in terms of recruiting and management. The new headquarter location also makes it possible for the organization's IT and service department to be in close range to the brand new data center location, making it easier for the company to ensure faster reaction time to unplanned downtime or performing necessary system maintenance/improvements quickly.

For any inquiries related to the new office location, contact [email protected]. For information about job opportunities at Retarus, visit www.retarus.com/career.

About Retarus
Since 1992, Retarus has been supporting companies in achieving highly efficient communication. The global information logistics provider always plays an important role where large amounts of data need to be transmitted securely and reliably — irrespective of which communication channels, interfaces, applications and devices are required. The services are soundly based on a Global Delivery Network which includes the company's own data centers in the USA, Europe and the APAC region, as well as redundant carrier infrastructure. A total of 17 percent of Dow Jones corporations as well as numerous Fortune 500 companies in the banking, finance and healthcare sectors depend on Retarus' services. Longstanding customers include Adidas, Bayer, Continental, DHL, Honda, Puma, and Sony. For more details visit 
www.retarus.com/us.

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