HOUSTON, Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- TechRadium, Inc., considered one of the nation's leading electronic notification and response companies, has outgrown its old offices and moved to new headquarters in Sugar Land, Texas, a suburb of Houston.
"TechRadium's consistent growth has required us to expand," Ryan Rodkey, chairman and chief executive officer of the company, said. "We're pleased to announce that we have moved into our new offices in Sugar Land, the Comerica Bank Building property which is a local landmark."
TechRadium has taken over the top floor of the prestigious building after renovation and re-design of offices. "We've made a long-term investment that reflects TechRadium's business expansion and our continuing success," Rodkey said.
The company, founded by Rodkey in 2001, supplies emergency and non-emergency notification and response systems to schools and universities, government agencies, businesses, utilities and others who require the latest technology.
TechRadium's IRIS – Immediate Response Information System – is a patented service widely used across the U.S. and internationally. The company's new address is 1 Sugar Creek Center Boulevard, Suite 1100, Sugar Land, Texas, 77478.
TechRadium is a leading provider of high-speed communication services to educational institutions, corporations, non-profits and government entities worldwide. TechRadium gives organizations the ability to broadcast emergency and non-emergency information via voice and text to thousands of people simultaneously with its easy-to-use mass notification service, IRIS – Immediate Response Information System. Headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, TechRadium is the owner of seven United States patents and has multiple patents pending. For more information, go to TechRadium.com.
Correction: In the TechRadium news release issued December 15, 2009, "TechRadium's 'IRIS' Sends Immediate School Alerts As Escaped Prisoner Causes Lockdown in Texas," the year that the Goose Creek Independent School District began using TechRadium's IRIS notification technology was 2007, not 2005.
SOURCE TechRadium, Inc.