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November 1, 2010

Infragistics opens worldwide headquarters

74,000 square foot with in-building Wi-Fi, video conferencing

By CBR Staff Writer

Infragistics, an experience design software company and a provider of user interface (UI) development tools, has announced its new worldwide headquarters in Cranbury, NJ.

Infragistics converted a vacant 74,000 square foot warehouse into a dynamic workplace for current and future employees decked out with in-building Wi-Fi, video conferencing, business theatre system and outdoor meeting rooms.

The two-storey, open work environment was designed by HLW International, which was also responsible for Google buildings in New York and the New York Stock Exchange.

Infragistics CEO Dean Guida said the worldwide headquarters follows their company philosophy to provide the best experience possible.

"Our spacious and efficient work areas promote employee productivity and collaboration company-wide," Guida said.

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