The Atlanta metro is getting a new resident. The city’s bustling tech scene is growing in popularity, housing organizations of all sizes across a plethora of industries. Now, the latest addition to the scene is deepening its footprint in the customer engagement space. DataOceans announced on Sunday its plans to move its headquarters closer to the Southeast’s fast-growing tech hub.
Specializing in enterprise customer communication management, DataOceans developed an end-to-end software solution that works to orchestrate, manage and govern all of a company’s customer communications. DataOceans’ Oceanus product enables enterprises to access data from their existing systems and offer personalized and interactive communications, like statements and invoices, across channels from print to mobile.
DataOceans got its start in 2004 when companies ThreeRiversGroup and Netfocus merged with the goal of making document delivery more efficient, according to the company’s website. Today, DataOceans serves over 150 customers and is experiencing 50 percent growth year-over-year. During the pandemic, the company experienced significant growth and has expanded its internal team. Currently, it’s looking to further that momentum even more with plans to hire talent for its new headquarters.
The company is relocating its headquarters from Peachtree Corners to the Georgia 400 Center in Alpharetta. Its new office location features open workspaces and nearby hotels and restaurant options. The building itself gives employees access to several amenities including fitness centers, game tables, an outdoor courtyard and a jogging path.
“DataOceans is very excited about our current growth trajectory and our resulting move to the Georgia 400 Center in Alpharetta,” Larry Buckley, DataOceans’ CEO, said in a statement. “This new office space, in the heart of Atlanta’s technology corridor, will provide increased work-life balance for our employees to the benefit of the clients we serve.”