Soloinsight Inc. Announces Opening of New Workflow Innovation Center in Historic Charleston

Soloinsight has announced the opening of its new location in Charleston, SC, named The Workflow Innovation Center. The opening signifies growth and an increased interest in innovative workflow automation solutions, such as Soloinsight’s flagship platform, CloudGate, which addresses the security and facility automation needs specifically to PIAM, VIAM, and space reservations.

These systems enhance the way departments interact with the life cycles of each employee, visitor, and contractor, which has become increasingly important as individuals return to work.

Soloinsight was founded in 2013 on the driving principles of automation and security to improve operational efficiencies. Since then, it has grown into a leading platform adopted by a wide variety of companies from mid-size, growth-oriented firms to Fortune 100 companies.

Soloinsight has three additional locations, the headquarters in Chicago, the Research and Development Lab in Greensboro, NC, and the software development center in Lahore, Pakistan. The new center in Charleston is located near downtown within a historical building overlooking the Cooper River.

“We’re very excited for the new opening of our Workflow Innovation Center here in Charleston,” said Carter Kennedy, CEO of Soloinsight. “This location will bring together key technology functions under one roof and represents a major milestone in the company’s innovation strategy. This will further accelerate our growth in the advancements in workflow automation.”

The move-in will be phased over the coming weeks in compliance with COVID-19 precautions and state and federal regulations.

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