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Apr
25

Sesame Communications Expands Office Space to Accommodate Growth

 

SEATTLE, WA – April 25, 2013 – Sesame Communications, the leading provider of cloud based solutions to help dental and orthodontic practices accelerate new patient acquisition and transform the patient experience, today announced it is doubling the size of its downtown Seattle headquarters. The expansion comes through the lease of the second floor of the Reedo Building, adding to the third-floor space the company has occupied since January 2010. Over the past three years Sesame Communications has experienced a 261 percent increase in revenues and has expanded its workforce by 189 percent over the same period.

Located on 1st Ave South in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood, the Reedo Building was extensively renovated in 2005 to include energy-efficient systems while retaining its historic façade and personality. The Reedo Building is among the most accessible in the city of Seattle, with a Walk Score of 83 and a Transit Score of 100. To encourage the use of public transportation, Sesame Communications provides a 100 percent transit subsidy for its entire staff.

“With employees throughout the Seattle suburbs and surrounding cities in every direction, we believe downtown Seattle represents the ideal hub and technology center for our continued growth” said Diana Friedman, Chief Executive Officer of Sesame Communications. “This latest expansion of our headquarters will help Sesame continue to attract and retain top talent within the area and provide them with ready access to outstanding commute options and

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