Troy’s Trubiquity brings on 20 new employees

Trubiquity is experiencing significant growth by both organic and acquisition means.

The Troy-based tech business has acquired two California-based companies over the last year. That has allowed it to grow its staff by 20 people, expanding its employee count to 100, half a dozen interns and 15 independent contractors.

Trubiquity specializes in providing managed file transfer, process automation and integration solutions for 6,500 companies with 60,000 users around the world. Helping beef up those numbers is growth in the manufacturing industry, which is one of Trubiquity’s top sources for clients.

“The rebound of that sector has really helped,” says Stephen Koons, CEO of Trubiquity. “We have also been really successful at refining our products and bringing new products to the market.”

The 17-year-old company is focusing on organic growth this year, mainly through expanded product offerings. It’s also looking to expand into some new areas.

“We’re also looking to break into new geographic regions,” Koons says. “We have had some recent success in Scandinavian countries.”

Source: Stephen Koons, CEO of Trubiquity
Writer: Jon Zemke

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