With an expanding business and workforce, not to mention a lease that was up for renewal, cloud computing services provider Polleo Systems of Carmel knew it was time to look for a new space.
But Polleo Systems’ founder and president Talbott Sumners also knew he didn’t want to move the organization from its current home in Carmel’s City Center.
“We’ve been there for two and a half years, and at first we thought it was more geared toward retail and didn’t have a lot of office space. But from a business and cultural perspective it’s been one of the best decisions we’ve made,” Sumners said.
“We like the area and enjoy it and all of our team members enjoy going to work there. Our office is set up so that you don’t feel like you are walking into the tradi- tional cubicle office space and going to the daily grind. We try to keep it fun and a kind of spontaneous atmosphere.”
That includes a corn hole set employees can get out and a chess board in the office for spontaneous games.
“We are all very competitive type people so that plays into the culture a bit,” the 38-year- old said. “So, we came to the conclusion that there is nothing like the City Center, and it has been a great fit for us.”
With the decision made, the company set about to create its new home, which it moved into in early May.
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