Paycor Continues Tremendous Growth, Opens New Pittsburgh Office
Paycor Continues Tremendous Growth, Opens New Pittsburgh Office

Paycor Continues Tremendous Growth, Opens New Pittsburgh Office

Continuing its recent expansion across North America, Paycor today announced the opening of its new office in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, a growing suburb of Pittsburgh.

The announcement follows Paycor's strong performance in 2014, which included significant revenue growth as well as the company being named to Inc. 5000's annual list of fast-growing companies. Driven by the increased demand for its award-winning HR, payroll and timekeeping software, the company's Cranberry Township office will enable Paycor to expand its reach into the dynamic Pennsylvania market.

"One of our guiding principles is to take care of our clients by delivering personal attention. With the opening of our office in the Pittsburgh region, we improve upon our ability to develop lasting, one-on-one relationships with our clients in the area," said Brent Sisson, senior vice president of Paycor. "As we continue to experience growing demand for our cloud-based HR software solutions, the new facility will allow us to more efficiently service our existing Pennsylvania client base and welcome new customers."

With nearly 3,000 square feet of space, the new office features open workstations that are bathed in natural light, in addition to project rooms and collaborative spaces. The facility's strategic placement close to a new interchange with Interstate 79 will provide for easier transit access for employees and clients. In addition, the NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins plan to open their new UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex nearby in mid-2015, which will attract additional growth into the area.

Paycor Regional Sales Director Jennifer Miller will oversee the suburban Pittsburgh office, which is located at 2009 Mackenzie Way, Suite 260, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, 16066. The office can be reached via telephone at 1.800.381.0053.

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