On May 12, Data Dimensions President and CEO Jon Boumstein and Chief Information Officer Mark Golino cut the ribbon on the company’s newest facility, a high-tech center in Lake Mary, Fla., where software designers will work on Data Dimensions’ new Electronic Content Management system, Dimensions360, along with other SaaS-based initiatives.
“The opening of our new Lake Mary office is an important step for Data Dimensions,” Boumstein said. “The release of Dimensions360 keeps us on the leading edge of ECM, and the features of this office will allow us to improve our focus on client service and position us for continued growth.”
Data Dimensions’ Lake Mary facility offers a technologically advanced working environment for more than 32 software developers, with the 6,400-foot center promoting worker productivity in a collaborative environment. What’s more, the workspace is flexible and includes interconnecting and scalable offices, impromptu collaboration spaces and a conference room equipped with a state-of-the-art video-communication system.
Mark Golino, Data Dimensions Chief Information Officer, said Data Dimensions’ new office provides the ideal foundation for the company to expand and improve upon the services it offers its clients.
“Our Lake Mary office is the perfect setting to accelerate development of our flagship product, Dimensions360, along with other initiatives,” Golino said. “With this space, we’re able to expand our technology team and offer them an advanced, appealing and flexible place to work.”
The Lake Mary location features a 24-7-365 Network Operations Center with a wall of monitors allowing for real-time views of the products and services Data Dimensions offers its clients, enabling employees to provide quick and precise responses to issues requiring attention. The facility also has a robust and scalable infrastructure, with a private and secure network, advanced real-time monitoring, burstable fiber-based internet connectivity and advanced voice telecommunications.