Arkadin Moves HQ to Benefit Collaboration, UC Offerings
December 17, 2012 - News
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Collaboration service provider Arkadin has a new North American headquarters – moving from New York City to Atlanta, effective immediately.

Arkadin says the move will help it better capitalize on its rapid growth throughout the U.S. and Canada, and focus on the large and growing market for collaboration and Unified Communications (UC) services. The new Arkadin office, the company said, provides significant advantages for continued long-term growth.

“Atlanta has a sizable talent pool to support our needs in all areas of our business, and its proximity to the largest airport in the U.S. is ideal for conducting business throughout North America," said Mark Alexander, president, Arkadin North America.

Arkadin will maintain its New York office as a main regional hub for marketing, sales and operations center for the Northeast. The company sells through channel partners.

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