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I-Cubed Expands Headquarters on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus


Raleigh, N.C. (March 7, 2014) – Enterprise technology solution provider I-Cubed has recently expanded its headquarters, located on North Carolina State University’s (NCSU) Centennial Campus at Venture Center, for the third time in four years after a 30 percent increase to its workforce in 2013.

“As I-Cubed experiences another year of significant growth, in addition to our growth over the last several years, our team has simply outgrown our work space again,” said VP of Corporate Development, Doug Driver.

The company moved to the Venture III building in 2000, where with 12 employees, it stayed for 10 years. In 2010, I-Cubed relocated to its current location at Venture II. As the company grew, the office space increased to over 12,500 square feet to accompany the growing number of Raleigh-based employees, as well as remote employees based throughout the country. Now with over 120 employees, I-Cubed gained another 4,300 square feet in its latest expansion, with an additional 5,600 square feet to be added over the next 18 months.

The relationship between NC State and I-Cubed goes all the way back to the company’s roots. Its founder was a NCSU graduate student when he started the company in 1984. Since then, I-Cubed has maintained its connection to the school by placing its corporate headquarters on campus, and was recently named one of the top employers of NCSU Department of Computer Science graduates along with SAS, Microsoft, IBM and Fidelity Investments.  The company participates in the ePartners Program, which provides a framework for developing and nurturing meaningful, collaborative relationships between the global business community and the NCSU Department of Computer Science.

I-Cubed President & CEO, Donald A. Thompson Jr., also sits on the boards of NC State University’s Computer Science Strategic Advisory, Friends of the Library and Hunt Library Technology Advisory.

“I-Cubed’s location on NCSU’s campus provides a mutual benefit between us and the university as we gain access to the technical talent within the school, and the students are given an opportunity to get an exciting start in their careers at a quickly growing company,” said Thompson.

About I-Cubed

Since 1984, I-Cubed has solved complex technical problems for enterprise customers. The company is a leading solutions provider in the areas of product lifecycle management (PLM) consulting, web experience management and managed services. Strategic selection of industry leading technologies from partners Adobe, Aras, Oracle and PTC allow I-Cubed to deliver high-quality solutions with a global reach. For more information about I-Cubed, please visit www.i-cubed.com