Folsom-based technology, consulting and staffing services firm AgreeYa Solutions has moved into a new headquarters building at 605 Coolidge Drive.
The old headquarters was at nearby 110 Woodmere Road.
Officials said the new facility will enable the company to enhance its client services. They said 23,000 square feet of office space at the new site offers options for expansion.
"Our last HQ facility had little room for expansion. We are delighted to have acquired the new facility, as this move will support our plans for scaling up our operations and for upcoming growth into 2013 and beyond," said Ajay Kaul, managing partner of AgreeYa.
Founded in 1999, AgreeYa is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with operations in the United States, India, China, Korea, Singapore, Poland and Mexico.
For more details, see www.agreeya.com.
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