Denver-based business and information technology consulting firm Statera revealed Tuesday that it has officially opened an office in Dallas. The company said Eric Neef, vice president of sales, and Brad Younge, principal, will manage the outfit. Statera explained that it established an office in the Lone Star State to meet an increased demand for its business and technology consulting offerings in the Southwest region. Since its unofficial debut some two months ago, the Dallas office has tripled in size, Statera said, noting that it expects that growth trend to continue for another six months. Headquartered in Englewood, Colo., and founded in 2001, Statera employs some 220 people and maintains offices in Dallas, Denver, Phoenix, Seattle and Salt Lake City, Utah.
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