Secretary Jay Ash is Joining Continuum’s CEO Michael George at Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Thursday, February 25, 2016 – 99 High Street, 31st Floor, Boston
BOSTON – Feb. 18, 2016 – Continuum®, the IT management platform company, is relocating its corporate headquarters to a new, custom-designed office space on the 31st floor of 99 High Street, complete with spectacular 360-degree views of Boston. The company is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, February 25, 2016, where Michael George, CEO at Continuum, is being joined by special guest, Jay Ash, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The move is in response to company growth with Continuum now monitoring 1 million endpoints for its 5,800 partners, including MSPs that are servicing more than 50,000 SMB customers as well as Web hosting provider partners supported by Continuum’s R1Soft product line.
WHAT: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to Unveil Continuum’s New Corporate Headquarters
WHEN: Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. EST
WHERE: Continuum Corporate Headquarters, 99 High Street, 31st Floor, Boston
“As our market-leading IT management platform is increasingly becoming the answer for monitoring and managing the complex information technology needs of small and medium-sized businesses, Continuum has expanded its corporate offices to support aggressive company growth and hiring,” said Michael George, CEO at Continuum. “This new space offers the best to our employees along with our commitment and unwavering focus on our company’s and partners’ success.”
Continuum is now the largest and fastest growing company in the remote monitoring and management (RMM) as well as backup and disaster recovery (BDR) space around the globe. The company employs 1,200 software professionals worldwide with aggressive plans to add more than 200 to its payroll in the next year.
The new office has an open, vibrant floor plan with quiet alcoves and collaborative spaces built into the architecture, a track which encircles the office for walking meetings, desks that convert to standing desks at the press of a button, activity rooms that include ping-pong and Cornhole for mental breaks as well as a mediation room, along with a market instead of vending machines and Continuum Café. Continuum has made a seven year commitment to the lease with an option to expand to additional floors.
“Continuum’s growth reflects the steep demand for managed IT services and infrastructure and the need for those services to be as automated and on-demand as possible as enterprises at every scale increasingly look to advanced technology for cloud, mobility and big data services,” said Carl Brooks, Analyst, Service Providers at 451 Research. “Enterprises continue to seek out IT services providers and providers look to software and automation to move at the pace of the market.”
Continuum is hiring company-wide with positions available in engineering, product, sales and marketing. For more information, visit: http://www.continuum.net/company/careers.