RALEIGH, NC – December 18, 2012 – I-Cubed, an enterprise systems integrator specializing in PLM consulting, data migration and enterprise web and application services, continues to expand through the addition of more than 45 new employees in 2012 while growing revenue and broadening services.
“Through a global recession, I-Cubed has shown 30 percent annual revenue growth since 2007,” said Donald A. Thompson, President and CEO of I-Cubed. “We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished, but it’s just the beginning. Our enterprise web content management services team is in high demand, doubling in size to meet the needs of our clients. Our newly established project management office has quickly grown to 10 employees and we continue to acquire new clients while growing repeat business from our PLM and data migration practices.”
Hiring has taken place in all departments, including positions in management, technical consulting and operations. Executive hires have helped to position the company for future growth, including Doug Driver, CFO and VP of Operations, and Darin Sensabaugh, Director of Migration Services. Driver has worked with I-Cubed for years through his former role with Wells Fargo and Sensabaugh has more than 20 years of technical experience in PLM, PTC Windchill software and data migration.
Located on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus, I-Cubed has hired a majority of its new employees from North Carolina while others have relocated to the Raleigh area.
I-Cubed is still heavily recruiting software engineers and experienced technical consultants. A full listing of available openings can be found on I-Cubed’s website.
Since 1984, I-Cubed has solved complex technical problems for enterprise customers. The company is a leading solutions provider in the areas of product lifecycle management (PLM) consulting, web experience management and managed services. Strategic relationships with industry leaders, such as PTC and Adobe, allow I-Cubed to deliver high-quality solutions with a global reach. For more information about I-Cubed, please visit www.i-cubed.com.