Green Cloud Technologies, one of the nation’s fastest-growing providers of hosted solutions and services, has relocated its headquarters from the Next Innovation Center to Haywood Ridge Office Park at 520 Airport Road in Greenville.
The company’s $7.8 million investment is expected to create about 50 new jobs over the next five years, according to the state Department of Commerce.
“Many across the state of South Carolina are dedicated to supporting an entrepreneurial business environment and training a highly skilled workforce, so companies like Green Cloud can compete against any global tech company,” said Keith Coker, Green Cloud co-founder and CEO, in a news release. “Our new, modern office will accommodate our projected growth and build on our culture of innovation, teamwork, and collaboration, so we can continue to deliver sophisticated, cloud-based technology solutions to our customers.”
Founded in 2011, Green Cloud was established with a business model focused on building partner networks and providing customers with world-class servers, as well as backup and recovery solutions, according to the release.
Green Cloud’s expansive suite of Cisco-powered, cloud-based products, services, and support is scalable to applications of any size, from small and medium-sized businesses to enterprise-class organizations.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved job development credits for the project.
“We are proud of the growth of Green Cloud Technologies in Greenville, and we are confident in their continued success in providing vital services in a growing area of innovation,” Greenville County Council Chairman Butch Kirven said in a statement. “Green Cloud Technologies’ decision to grow its team and headquarters in Greenville County acknowledges our highly skilled workforce, our technology-driven business ecosystem, and our appreciation for business enterprises in Greenville County.”
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