CorvisaCloud announces Schlitz Park office expansion and 100 new jobs

CorvisaCloud LLC., a Milwaukee-based cloud-based communications provider, is nearly doubling its office space at Schlitz Park in downtown Milwaukee and adding approximately 100 jobs company-wide.

 
The company will expand from 18,000 square feet of office space to 35,000 square feet of space at Schlitz Park.

New hires will be spread across the company’s three offices in Milwaukee, Chicago, and Tampa offices. Company spokesperson Nicole Plati said the “majority” of the hires will be at CorvisaCloud’s Schlitz Park headquarters.  

The new jobs will be in software development, sales, marketing, project management and technical support. Hiring will be taking place this summer and fall.

“CorvisaCloud’s rapid growth has caused us to outgrow our existing office space faster than anticipated,” said Dennis Casey, vice president, customer success. “The additional space will allow us to address our immediate growth needs and maintain the traits that are most important to our employees – an open floor plan with dedicated spaces for teamwork as well as creative personal spaces to help employees find inspiration. We are committed to creating an environment that reflects our culture and ethos as well as an office where employees enjoy coming to work every day.”   

“CorvisaCloud is the ideal tenant for Schlitz Park – a growing business that’s adding downtown jobs and committed to creating a unique workplace culture that attracts and retains employees,” said Gary Grunau, Schlitz Park developer. “It’s been exciting to watch them grow and succeed here. Our renovated office, gathering and outdoor spaces along with a distinct selection of amenities have been designed for exactly this type of tenant – a great company with savvy leadership.”

New office space will include a 100-seat training room to support client training and community meetups, a new 24/7 network operations center, and multiple collaboration spaces.

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