InfinityQS moves headquarters as company grows
InfinityQS International Inc., a manufacturing intelligence and software company, said Wednesday that it has moved to a new corporate headquarters in Fairfax, because it needed more space to support 15 consecutive years of double-digit revenue growth.
The company reported its highest revenue to date in 2012, although it did not disclose figures. In a press release, Infinity said growth is being driven by an increase in cloud-based deployments and new customer acquisitions. “Due to our growing customer base, the launch of the latest version of ProFicient, and the significant shift to the adoption of cloud-based deployment models, InfinityQS had an exceptional year in 2012,” Michael A. Lyle, president and CEO, InfinityQS, said in a statement.
Previously located in Chantilly, the headquarters moved to 12601 Fair Lakes Circle in Fairfax where it will more than double its space. “Moving into a new, larger office space, yet remaining tied to our roots in the D.C. and Northern Virginia area, was the next logical step to maintain our momentum and better serve our clientele,” Lyle said.
Amenities at the new location include a virtual office for real-time communication with customers via video feed, a technical support contact center and two training rooms that each support 24 students.
InfinityQS’s ProFicient software delivers real-time visibility from the shop floor, across the enterprise and into the supply chain, allowing manufacturers to control quality. The company said it serves more than 40,000 active licenses, including more than 2,500 of the world’s top manufacturers including Kraft Foods, Ball Corp. and Boston Scientific.