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TMCNet:  Arkadin Establishes New North American Headquarters in Atlanta

[December 17, 2012]

Arkadin Establishes New North American Headquarters in Atlanta

ATLANTA, GA, Dec 17, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Arkadin, one of the world's largest and the fastest growing collaboration service providers, announced that it will move its North American headquarters from New York, NY to Atlanta, GA effective today. The move enables the subsidiary of Paris-based Arkadin to better capitalize on its rapid growth throughout the U.S.


and Canada, and focus on the large and growing market for collaboration and Unified Communications (UC) services.

"Our full suite of best-in-class collaboration services and global service delivery platform is fueling our leading growth among global collaboration service providers," says Mark Alexander, president, Arkadin North America. "The new headquarters provides an ideal platform for capitalizing on this momentum, and for continuing the exceptional service that enables our clients' success." The new Arkadin office, located in one of the largest business centers in the U.S., provides significant advantages for continued long-term growth. "Atlanta has a sizable talent pool to support our needs in all areas of our business, and its proximity to the largest airport in the U.S. is ideal for conducting business throughout North America," added Mr. Alexander.

The headquarters will be located in the Queen Building, 5 Concourse Parkway in the Perimeter Center Business District in Atlanta. Arkadin will continue to maintain its New York office as a main regional hub for marketing, sales and operations center for the Northeast.

About Arkadin Founded in 2001, Arkadin is one of the largest and fastest growing collaboration service providers in the world. With a vision rooted in the belief that progress emerges from people's desire to share, Arkadin offers a complete range of remote audio, web, and video conferencing and Unified Communications solutions. The services are delivered in the SaaS model for fast, scalable deployments and a high ROI. Its global network of 51 operating centers in 30 countries has dedicated local-language support teams to service its 26,000 customers.

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