Citrix has opened a new 170,000-square-foot office in Raleigh, North Carolina’s warehouse district that will house Citrix Mobile Workspace tools and work to integrate Citrix technologies.
The company said it aims to facilitate creativity, productivity, collaboration and employee engagement as well as highlight its vision of a mobility-enabled enterprise.
“Raleigh is experiencing tremendous business growth and has firmly established itself as a hub of innovation on the East Coast” said Citrix CEO Mark Templeton.
He noted that the company also expects to hire technology talent from the region.
Citrix said it has worked in Raleigh since its acquisition of ShareFile in 2011 and intends to expand its local presence with a larger workforce and business operations.
The company added that the new “adaptive reuse” building also supports the city’s revitalization efforts for the downtown area by providing amenities and lifestyle programs, including a bicycle exchange program and a sports facility.