We've Doubled the Size of Our Pennsylvania Office Space! 

Posted September 15, 2015by Mary McCoy


Today's the big day! At 10:00 a.m. EDT, we cut the red ribbon to unveil Continuum's expanded office space in Cranberry Township, PA. Twice the size of its earlier version, we're so excited to celebrate this company milestone. Now, we can fully accomodate all of the talent we've acquired over the years and plan to cultivate by year's end. Way back in 2011, we had just 30 employees working out of our PA office, and now, we're at 160. As our CEO, Michael George, shared in his address, our metro Pittsburgh office is home to two-thirds of Continuum's U.S. based employees and has "proven to be pivotal in our growth and success as the global leader in IT managed services and the fastest growing SaaS based software company in our industry."

Join us in today's celebration, and check out the new space!


A Space Fit to Hold All of Our PA Talent!

Home of our Help Desk, which supports 50,000 IT users for our more than 3,500 Managed Services Provider (MSP) partners, our Cranberry Township office houses a surplus of talent that's only due to keep growing. 


“Our new, larger office space supports our plans for aggressive hiring for 2016 and beyond. We have been proud to be a part of Cranberry Township since 2011, and look forward to continued growth and prosperity in the new office.”  ~Michael George, CEO at Continuum~

 

 

The new office expansion comes fresh off our metro Pittsburgh office's recognition as a 2015 Top Workplaces honor by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. We are all incredibly proud of our PA office for receiving this award, especially as we strive to continually make Continuum a great place to work. Our own recruiter, Meghann Cook, had this to say in response:

"I believe you can’t have a great company without a diverse group of smart and dedicated individuals. I’m thankful and proud that I happened to fall into a career in recruiting where I have had a direct impact on this factor, in every company I have had the opportunity to support. Now helping to support Continuum’s recruiting efforts as it grows and evolves, it’s nice that the company is being recognized for its achievements. The Pittsburg Post-Gazette recently named Continuum the No. 1 workplace for employees who feel that new ideas are encouraged at their company. In my opinion, the most validating experience in recruiting is being able to help build an organization of people who care and believe in a vision. These people should feel as if they can express their thoughts and opinions, be heard, and directly contribute to the success and direction of the company they work for. It’s nice to know that the majority of Continuum employees feel this way about the company they support." ~Meghann Cook, Recruiter at Continuum~

 

Today marks the official ribbon cutting of the newly improved office, a celebration we shared with the Pittsburgh Technology Council (PTC), the largest regional IT trade association in the nation and one we're a member of. It's an exciting time for our PA employees who commemorated the expansion with a special lunch in the spacious Cloud Café last week.

                

 

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Meet Mary! Mary McCoy is a Demand Generation Programs Manager at Continuum, where she's worked for over two years. Mary primarily manages the MSP Blog and has consulted with hundreds of partners, lending website, blog and social media support. Before that, she graduated from the University of Virginia (Wahoowa!) with a BA in Economics and served as digital marketing intern for Citi Performing Arts Center (Citi Center), spearheading the nonprofit’s #GivingTuesday social media campaign. Like her school’s founder, Thomas Jefferson, Mary believes learning never ends. She considers herself a passionate, lifelong student of content creation and inbound marketing.


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