NJVC Opens 4th St. Louis Office to Support Software Services Practice; Bill Cloin Comments

NJVC- ExecutiveMosaicNJVC has unveiled a new corporate office in St. Louis to provide enterprise information technology services to government clients and support the company's software services practice.

The facility headquartered at the CIC St. Louis technology hub will house employees of the firm’s software services group that works to develop custom applications and related tools designed to help customers integrate their IT infrastructure, NJVC said Monday.

“[The office] allows our teams to work collaboratively with developers both in and out of the federal IT space as well as rapidly respond to customer needs,“ said Bill Cloin, lead of the software services practice at NJVC.

The new office space is the fourth corporate facility that NJVC opened in the metropolitan area of St. Louis.

CIC St. Louis offers office space to at least 700 technology startups and government agencies.

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