Today, customer experience technology leader InMoment broke ground on its new global headquarters. The company will be the inaugural tenant in a first-of-its-kind Urban Transit Oriented Development located at the geographical center of Silicon Slopes, Utah’s high-tech corridor.
The new building will support the growth strategy InMoment has undertaken in response to the rapid increase in demand for the company’s Customer Experience (CX) optimization technology. InMoment works with some of the largest, most respected brands in the world, including Nike, Starbucks, Tiffany & Co., General Motors, Chrysler, Comcast, global fashion retailer New Look, Post Office (United Kingdom), and more.
The research firm Gartner has declared Customer Experience “the new competitive battlefield.” Fourteen-year-old InMoment started as a survey automation provider and has evolved to become the leading innovator of customer experience technology in the world. The company’s platform empowers brands to listen more effectively to customers and employees, run sophisticated analytics on a range of complex data, and channel real-time intelligence to people across organizations—from the CEO to the front line.
“When it came to selecting a site for our new global headquarters, we wanted a place that reflects our innovative technology and culture, where we can continue to grow and prosper,” said InMoment Founder and CEO John Sperry. “Located in the heart of Silicon Slopes, surrounded by world-class recreation resources, a vibrant urban culture, and some of the most gorgeous landscape in the world, our new headquarters offers our current employees a dynamic, creative environment, while supporting our ability to recruit more of the very best local and global technology talent.”
With offices in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, InMoment services enterprise clients across 25 industries in nearly 130 countries and 90 languages.
InMoment (formerly Mindshare Technologies) was founded in 2002. In 2012, the company acquired a major competitor, doubling in size and achieving an international footprint and client base. InMoment has been profitable since 2006 and remains largely employee-owned, both rare accomplishments for a modern technology company.
“Who needs Silicon Valley to find exciting high tech opportunities when we’ve got it right here in Utah,” said Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams. “And we’ve got it right here in Salt Lake County with companies like InMoment. The future looks bright for our community.”
Construction on the Urban Transit Oriented Development at SoJo Station is expected to be completed in the Fall of 2017.
For more information about InMoment or to see a rendering of its new building, visit www.inmoment.com.