San Diego, California – January 7, 2008
Tax Compliance Inc. (TCI) announced today that it has moved its corporate headquarters due to significant expansion of its business. Effective today, TCI’s headquarters is now located at:
10089 Willow Creek Road, #300
San Diego, CA 92131
TCI’s need for more office space and upgraded facilities was driven by continued customer growth in its PTMS and LicenseHQ divisions and the related staffing increases to support that growth. The new TCI offices encompass more than 18,000 square feet and will accommodate 30 additional TCI employees. With two kitchens, four outdoor patios and a spacious, open floor plan, the new offices create a collaborative work environment for the entire TCI staff. ICS Pacific Builders designed and remodeled the new facility.
“Our continued leadership of the property tax software segment, combined with the tremendous response to the LicenseHQ in the business license segment, meant we had to relocate to accommodate the growth,” said Scott Strauss CEO of Tax Compliance, Inc. “Now that we have settled into our new San Diego headquarters, we look forward to building on our success and better serving our customers.”
The new office space includes a state-of-the-art training facility. Each classroom features high-end computer networks and Audio/Visual equipment to optimize the training experience and ensure customers get the most out of their training. Lara Schindler, Director of Implementation and Training at Tax Compliance, Inc. expressed her excitement regarding the new facilities, “During the design phase, we had the opportunity to design the training rooms from scratch to meet our exact specifications.” Schindler added, “In addition to doubling our training capacity, the new facilities will create a better training environment and ultimately a better training experience for our customers.”
The additional space creates room for the continued expansion of other departments as well, including Research and Development, Quality Assurance, and Customer Support. “While market leadership consistently obliges you to secure additional resources for growth, it is a nice problem to have,” said Strauss.