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SymQuest CEO announces Twin Cities expansion

SymQuest President and CEO Larry Sudbay announced plans to expand the company’s presence in Lewiston-Auburn recently at the Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Scramble Golf Tournament. In his sponsor’s remarks, Sudbay shared news of a planned relocation and expansion of the company’s local offices, as well as the selection of L-A for the company’s annual non-profit effort and $25,000 award.

“We see ourselves stepping from a $40 million to a $50 million company, with the propensity for that growth coming from the Maine marketplace,” said Sudbay. “We see a tremendous upside here and, with 35 Maine employees, plan to double that number in the next three years.”

SymQuest will relocate across the river from its current offices in Auburn to 3,000 sq. ft. of newly outfitted space in the Bates Mill Business Complex on November 1.

“When we started looking to expand, we saw the revitalization at the mill,” added Sudbay. “If we’re going to get behind the community, we need to get behind revitalization efforts and support and invest.”

In addition, SymQuest plans to open applications for its SymPowered Office Makeover to Lewiston-Auburn area non-profits around Thanksgiving. This will be the sixth $25,000 office technology makeover SymQuest has awarded.

Founded in 1996, SymQuest designs, installs, and supports business technologies that handle the information flow of electronic and physical communications. SymQuest Group is a regionally based company with locations in South Burlington and Rutland, VT, Plattsburgh, NY, Keene and West Lebanon, NH and Westbrook and Auburn, Maine. The company has developed a national reputation for service excellence and innovation and has been ranked 28th of the top 200 managed service providers by MSP Mentor. For more information, see www.SymQuest.com.

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