As highlighted in its first quarter earnings release issued on May 15, Paycom (NYSE:PAYC), a leading provider of comprehensive cloud-based technology for human capital management, announced the opening of new sales offices in Portland, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Indianapolis. Expansion into these markets is in direct response to the organization’s rapid market growth and further deepens Paycom’s national footprint. With the addition of these offices and its Silicon Valley location which was announced in Feb. of 2014, Paycom now has 31 locations nationwide with 25 residing in major markets.
“This is an exciting period of growth for Paycom, and we are empowered to continue our mission of providing businesses with effective solutions that manage every aspect of the employment life cycle,” said Chad Richison, Paycom President and CEO. “Our expansion allows us to introduce the value of our unique technology to prospective customers in these major markets.”
Recently named one of the five best places to work by Glassdoor.com, each of Paycom’s offices will be led by experienced sales managers that will be responsible for developing new hires, driving the success of their teams, representing Paycom within their markets and creating a strategy to maximize market potential.
Headquartered in Oklahoma City, Paycom has additional sales offices located in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County, Denver, Tulsa, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, Miami, Tampa, Atlanta, Charlotte, St. Louis, Chicago, Minneapolis, Washington D.C., New Jersey, New York and Boston.
“Over the last 15 years, Paycom has helped thousands of business realize the benefits of using a single database solution to address their HR needs,” said Chief Sales Officer, Jeff York. “As demand for our product has grown, expansion into additional cities was an inevitable next step. We’re eager to continue to support the growing business communities of our current and prospective clients’ and are confident in the teams we have created to further Paycom’s strategic growth.”