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[February 14, 2013]

Construction Nears Completion on Velociti's New Operational Headquarters in Riverside, MO

Kansas City, KS, Feb 14, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Velociti Inc., a global provider of technology deployment services headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas, is in the final stages of preparing to move to its new operational headquarters at the Horizons Business Park in Riverside, Missouri. Construction of the 41,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility is nearly complete, and a team of Velociti's full-time mobile technicians have begun deploying a wide range of technology solutions this week, including wireless APs, video and audio conferencing systems, video screens and a video wall, which serves as the main focal point for the lobby.

"What better way to showcase the technology we deploy and the quality of our work, than through actual examples in our own facility," said Deryk Powell, President of Velociti. "That is the backbone of what we do and we do it better than anyone." The new facility, which has 16,000 square feet of office space and 25,000 square feet of warehouse space, was specifically designed to enhance productivity and the company's ability to manage deployments worldwide, by providing an advanced staging, configuration and inventory management center. The building also offers drive thru tractor and trailer installation and upgrade facilities, providing enhance convenience for local customers.

"We spent close to a year looking at potential spaces that could accommodate our company's rapid growth and expanded client needs," said Velociti Chief Executive Officer, Michael Kahn. "We ultimately decided on Horizons Business Park because we believe that the newly constructed building will facilitate the unique needs of our rapidly expanding call center and state-of-the-art staging and configuration facility." In 2012, Velociti was recognized as one of the 50 fastest growing companies in the Midwest by the Flyover 50, one of the fastest growing companies by both Ingram's Magazine and the Kansas City Business Journal and as number 2417 on Inc. Magazine's 5000 fastest growing companies in the United States.

Velociti, which currently has nearly 200 employees, is scheduled to open its doors for business at the new facility on Monday February 18, 2013.

About Velociti Inc.

Velociti is a global provider of technology deployment services, specializing in the installation & service of a broad range of transportation and networking technology products. Velociti's experience allows enterprise level technology consumers to maximize ROI as a result of leveraging expert, rapid deployment. Velociti clients include many Fortune 500 companies from a wide variety of market segments including transportation, retail, distribution, manufacturing, healthcare, government, education, food service and public venues.

For more information visit http://www.velociti.com or call toll free (855)-233-7210.

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