Baltimore, MD (June 10th, 2014) — RPI Consultants, a software and professional services consulting firm, has recently relocated to the newly renovated King Cork & Seal Building in an up-and-coming industrial neighborhood in Baltimore, MD. Due to a surge in new hires, RPI has chosen to expand its primary headquarters to accommodate its growing team.
As an industry leader in the Lawson ERP software consulting space with a strong portfolio of Lawson Version 10 upgrades and implementations, RPI now offers additional resource availability to its customer base in the financial, procurement, human resources, and technical markets. The new employees bring additional expertise in the Lawson S3, Lawson Human Capital Management, and Lawson Talent Management suites.
“We have tripled our square footage while keeping true to our Baltimore roots. This allowed us to hold a company-wide meeting on site with all forty of us!” said Justin Braun, VP of Service Delivery.
The newly renovated King Cork & Seal Building, RPI’s new world headquarters, is host to numerous growing companies. The building maintains its industrial Baltimore atmosphere, with exposed brick interior walls, large windows, and exposed beams and ceiling vents. Compared to RPI’s previous location in The Can Company, the new office accommodates larger offices, more desk space for business analysts and travelling consultants, welcoming reception areas, and a spacious conference room.
“We wanted to do our part in the ongoing fight against the tyranny of drop ceilings,” said Keith Wayland, Managing Partner.
RPI Consultants has also set up a secondary base in Kansas City, MO, focusing on its ImageNow & Kofax practice and will soon open another base in Tampa, FL to further support its nationwide practice.
RPI Consultants can now be found at 101 North Haven Street, Suite 201, Baltimore, MD 21224.