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Homegrown tech company Insight moving headquarters to Chandler

Nov 13, 2019, 5:00 PM
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PHOENIX – Insight Enterprises will consolidate its two Tempe offices into a new headquarters in Chandler, the homegrown global tech company announced Tuesday.

At 295,000 square feet, the new campus will double the footprint of Insight’s home base, the company said in press release.

“After more than 20 years in our main Tempe building, we saw a need to update and modernize our global headquarters to keep up with the changes to our business,” Ken Lamneck, president and CEO, said in the release.

“Now, when anyone walks through our doors, they will see a workplace enabled by the latest technology that empowers our teammates to work smarter and reflects the intelligent digital workplace experiences we create for our clients.”

The facility at 2701 E. Ryan Road, near Gilbert and Queen Creek roads, will be called One Insight Way. The company expects to open the campus by the end of 2020 after redesigning its interior and building out the IT infrastructure.

Insight, which was founded in Tempe in 1988 as Hard Drives International, has been based in a 100,000-square-foot office near Interstate 10 and Guadalupe Road since 1997, when the company employed 700 workers.

A second Tempe location opened in 2008 near Elliot and Kyrene roads.

Insight, which offers a wide variety of technology solution services for business clients, says it now has 11,000 employees at locations in 19 countries, including 1,400 in Arizona.

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Homegrown tech company Insight moving headquarters to Chandler