Monday, April 26, 2010

Datotel Consolidates Downtown

Datotel announced that it has consolidated its operations in the Globe Building at 710 N. Tucker, moving its administrative office downtown from O'Fallon, MO.  The firm now has 36 employees working in its downtown headquarters.

Earlier this month, Datotel began a major investment in its data center, doubling its cooling infrastructure in order to add to its cloud-computing capacity and clients.

"Moving all our employees to one location is key to the growth of Datotel's business and cloud-computing offerings," said David Brown, president of Datotel.  "Downtown has a buzz and energy that we feel is important for a tech company and part of the image we want to communicate to our customers and the public.  Our downtown office provides more room for growth and is more centrally located for our wide variety of clients.  At the same time, to help build downtown buzz and fulfill Datotel's core value of bettering the community in which we work, our employees plan to participate in downtown volunteer efforts and advocate for downtown St. Louis."

I love it!

1 comment:

David Brown said...


Thanks for spotlighting our Downtown move. As you noted, we plan on being a large part of Downtown St. Louis’ future. It’s now our sole business home. More so, we’re trying to do all we can to spur more local entrepreneurialism by unveiling a program with the St. Louis IT Entrepreneur Network (ITEN) to honor 10 local start-ups with free cloud computing services. Read more about the program here:

Thanks again!

David Brown
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