RedCloud opens new global headquarters

New facility to help company meet demand for its solutions


RedCloud, a provider of web-based access control systems, announced this week that it is opening a new corporate headquarters in Sterling, Va.

According to a statement, the new headquarters, which is located near Washington Dulles International Airport, will also serve as the company’s customer service, product development and technical support center.

"We are now positioned with world-class facilities that support the growing market demand for RedCloud’s web-based access control solutions," said RedCloud CEO Dave Basil. “Our new global headquarters is a cornerstone of our strategy to scale the business and deliver increased productivity and value to our customers and VAR channel partners."

In addition, the new headquarters will also accommodate the company’s current and future staff workspace, as well as laboratory, technology demonstration and product testing facilities.

"Our new facilities support our highly-scalable, supply chain strategy for product fulfillment to meet the increasing demand for our products and services,” said Carlos Nevarez, director of operations at RedCloud. “More than just additional workspace, our new headquarters ultimately helps us provide an even greater level of support to our customers and channel partners."