READING, PA--(Marketwire - Sep 5, 2012) - Weidenhammer, a leading provider of IT services, announced today that they have moved their Mesa, Arizona operations to a larger office suite to accommodate both current and anticipated growth in staffing. This move coincides with Weidenhammer's recent relocation of its Kalamazoo, Michigan office, which took place earlier in August.
"We currently have ten members in our Mesa office and I expect that two staff members will be re-locating to that office in the near future from our Wyomissing, Pennsylvania headquarters," remarked John Weidenhammer, President. "I also anticipate we will be adding a minimum of five additional staff members to that location in the next 24 months."
The new Mesa office is located in the same complex as the current office, but the move indicates Weidenhammer intends to grow its presence in the Southwest United States. "The move, and corresponding five-year lease, demonstrates our commitment to the Mesa area," stated Weidenhammer. "The new office affords us the larger space we need at the current time, but it also comes equipped with plenty of room for future growth."
Weidenhammer's Kalamazoo office also recently made the move to a larger space as well. It currently has 20 professional staff members and the expectations are to add roughly 10 additional positions in the coming years. In Michigan since 2004, the company has a Kalamazoo team that focuses on building extensions to Weidenhammer's software suite that is aimed at enhancing school operations in the K-12 environment.
In addition to its corporate headquarters in Reading, and offices in Kalamazoo and Mesa, Weidenhammer has Pennsylvania offices in Bethlehem, Lancaster and Philadelphia, as well as locations in Denver, Colorado.
Founded in 1978, Weidenhammer is an education management software leader serving the business intelligence and information technology needs of more than 1,000 school districts in 40 states. The company specializes in using information technology as a strategic tool for education administration. With nearly 200 IT professionals in seven locations, Weidenhammer is structured to align the requirements of any school district with the appropriate application of information technology.