Asure Software celebrated their expansion in Austin with a ribbon cutting. A member of the Greater Austin Chamber since May 2014, attendees enjoyed an open house of the new facility.
Located at 3700 N. Capital of Texas Highway, Asure Software helps more than 7,000 companies globally simplify their workplace by providing facility management technology that increases workplace productivity.
“Austin has it all, providing a high quality of life with all sorts of outdoor activities, community events, and all of the unique elements of the city,” said Stacy Zellner, Director of Marketing for Asure Software. “There is also the steady pool of people entering the workforce from UT, which allows us to recruit best in industry talent to join our team. Austin is a technology hub, which is the perfect backdrop for Asure's office of the future.”
Asure Software has been in Austin for over 20 years and equips businesses with innovative suite solutions which range from HCM workforce management, workspace asset optimization, meeting room management solutions, workspace management software, cloud-based time and labor management solutions that take integral business processes to the next level.
The ribbon cutting was held on November 2. For more information on Asure Software, visit their website here.
If you are a Chamber member and would like to coordinate a ribbon-cutting ceremony, contact Lacy Roesler at 512-322-5613.
Pictured: Greater Austin Chamber ambassadors, (left to right) Jesus Becerra of Wells Fargo; Barbra Gazo of Statesman Media & Cox Media Group; and Rachelle “Chelly” Bell of Office Furniture Now! join staff of Asure Software during their Ribbon Cutting.
Greater Austin Chamber
The Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce focuses on how the Austin Region works. We serve as the voice of business for 2,800 organizations representing a combined workforce of about 330,000 employees throughout Central Texas. Our mission is to provide leadership that facilitates the creation of a prosperous regional economy and effective advocacy for members.