Trinity Applied Internet has new HQ
Trinity Applied Internet recently moved to new headquarters at 595 Double Eagle Court, Suite 2001. According to company officials, the move keeps Trinity central to manufacturers in fast-growing South Reno and addresses the need for increased capacity.
“We were bursting at the seams in our previous office, and with an expanding team of new developers, we really needed more space,” said Erin Anderson, Trinity’s COO, in a statement. “Our new office will allow us to continue growing and is a great location providing easy access to our clients.”
Trinity builds technical solutions — custom websites, databases and applications — that result in improved performance and increased profits for their clients. After several years of slow economic growth in northern Nevada, Trinity is working with a wide range of businesses to make the most of the increasing opportunities locally, nationally and globally.
“More and more companies are looking for highly sophisticated, user-friendly technical solutions — primarily websites and applications,” said Keith Anderson, Trinity’s CEO. “We take on the technically challenging work that yields meaningful ROI for our clients. These solutions require creative, experienced developers. We are very excited to be adding greater depth to our engineering bench, so we are able to take on more projects.”
Trinity has a wide range of clientele, including Haws Corp., EMPLOYERS, CVirtual, and Server Technology.
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