EL SEGUNDO, Calif., March 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Vision Internet, the company dedicated to creating solutions that promote resident access and participation, today announced that it has removed "Internet" from its name, redesigned its corporate identity and website, and moved to a larger office space to accommodate an expanding workforce that grew by 30 percent in the past year.
After 20 years in Santa Monica, the company recently relocated its headquarters 15 miles south to the Pacific Corporate Towers (PCT) at 222 N. Sepulveda Blvd. in El Segundo.
"We outgrew our name, our office space and our online presence," said Vision CEO David Nachman. "Our goal is to create user-friendly websites and tools that enable residents to more easily understand local government activities and to get involved in making their communities better. Municipal websites are where residents and government meet, and the color blocks that converge into a 'screen' in our new logo represent that intersection."
Today, Vision serves more than 700 government, non-profit and education clients in the U.S. and Canada including its South Bay neighbors Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach and Palos Verdes Estates. Earlier this year, the company was named to the inaugural GovTech 100 list of leading companies for developing innovative offerings to improve or transform government and creating new models for delivering local government services.
The new headquarters is large enough to bring Vision teams together for better collaboration and will accommodate company plans for future growth. The landmark office complex offers a host of amenities including restaurants, fitness facility, outdoor meeting spaces, bike sharing and basketball court.
"Vision values innovative thinking and creativity," Nachman said. "That's why it's important to provide our employees with an environment that promotes new ideas and a community experience."
The company's new website is designed to serve as a resource center for local government agencies interested in providing more efficient and effective service to citizens. Case studies demonstrate Vision's data driven approach to web development and creative design, which empower local government leaders to serve, inform and engage their constituents. The site also features eBooks, a product gallery and tutorials that will guide cities in building interactive digital town halls of the future.
"The future of Vision is bright, and we look forward to putting down deep roots in the El Segundo community," Nachman said. "We continue to look for talented individuals who share our passion for innovative thinking to join our team and help us shape tomorrow's local government technology."
For information about Vision's career opportunities, please visit the Careers page of the new website or call 888-263-8847.
Headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., Vision is a national leader in government website development with more than 700 government, non-profit and education clients in U.S. and Canadian communities with populations that range from less than 1,000 residents to more than 5 million. For more than 20 years, Vision has created cost-effective solutions that increase government efficiency, transparency and interactive communications with citizens. The company's powerful, easy-to-use visionLive™ content management system continues to evolve with feedback from hundreds of municipal clients. In 2016, Vision was named to Government Technology magazine's GovTech 100, a listing of leading companies developing innovative or disruptive offerings to improve or transform government.
SOURCE Vision Internet