Encore Technology Group today announced that the relocation of its corporate headquarters to Greenville, SC is nearing completion. The company’s Easley-based team members have been moving into the new 10,000 sq. ft. space in Greenville this week, and the office is expected to be fully staffed and operational on Friday, November 1. The relocation of Encore’s headquarters from Easley to Greenville is rooted in its commitment to customers, partners and employees, and positions Encore for further growth on a national scale.
The new office, located within a modern business complex, is nearly double the size of Encore’s previous headquarters in Easley, giving the company ample room for new hires as it continues to expand at a rapid pace. The complex provide lifestyle advantages, including a fitness room and access to the city’s many trails and greenways, which will enable Encore to continue attracting and retaining top talent to service its ever-growing customer base. The new office also facilitates the extension of Encore’s Support Center hours by five hours daily.
Following the completion of this week’s move, the city of Easley, SC, will remain home to an Encore warehouse and logistics support team. In addition to Greenville and Easley, Encore has facilities in Atlanta, GA, Charlotte, NC, Columbia, SC, Raleigh, NC, and Southfield, MI.
The relocation to Greenville follows approximately nine months after the Technology Solutions and Cloud Services Divisions of Computer Software Innovations (CSI) were spun off from CSI, which was acquired by N. Harris Computer Corporation in November 2012. Encore Technology Group was established as a separate, privately held entity on February 14, 2013.
“Since February, in addition to supporting existing customers and tapping into the competencies we culled from our many years under the CSI umbrella, we’ve also been running full-speed-ahead with growth efforts,” said Chris Powell, CEO of Encore Technology Group. “I’m very proud of the entire Encore team, not only for making this a seamless move for everyone, but also for all that we’ve accomplished since taking the reins in February.”