Optigo Networks marks its first week in brand new office space. Moving from its previous office on Great Northern Way into downtown Vancouver puts the Optigo team in a great position for growth.
Vancouver, B.C. (April 28, 2016) – Optigo Networks marks its first week in brand new office space. Moving from its previous office on Great Northern Way into downtown Vancouver puts the Optigo team in a great position for growth. In addition to more elbow room, the new space in Harbour Centre is equipped with a dedicated hardware testing lab and state-of-the-art meeting rooms.
Co-founder Byron Thom presents company update in Optigo’s new office space at VentureLabs.
“I am excited for the future as we enter the scaling phase of our business,” commented Pook-Ping Yao, CEO of Optigo Networks. “I am confident we have the team and the plan in place to achieve greatness.” Currently, Optigo has a team of 13 people and is looking to double in size by early next year. The team has recently added a new Director of Sales focusing on the Optigo Connect™ product line. There are also several vacancies the company is currently trying to fill in sales, marketing, and engineering.
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About Optigo Networks:
Named BC’s Most Promising Start-up by the BCTIA, Optigo Networks is shaping the future of the commercial Internet of Things (IoT) by redefining how smart buildings are operated. By applying visualization and anomaly detection to the building system, Optigo allows the IoT to scale, driving down the cost to maintain and operate the technologies that make buildings comfortable and efficient. With its award-winning software, Optigo Networks allows building operators to quickly identify faults in the building system, cutting troubleshooting time down from hours to minutes. Built-in analytics rein in the building IoT, reducing OpEx and maintenance costs with tools and reports to visualize the health of the building network.