Friday November 1, 2019 0 comments
FORT COLLINS -- Numerica Corporation announced it opened a new office in downtown Denver at 1801 Wewatta.
It is the second Numerica office opened along the Front Range in less than a year, the company said.
Positioned between a number of space and defense customers to the east and west, the downtown Denver location also allows Numerica to strategically position itself near a highly skilled pool of talent to draw on for future growth, Numerica said.
“At Numerica, our company culture is built by people who thrive at being a part of a high-octane team working on important problems in national security,” said Jeff Poore, Numerica president.
“Frankly, working in the defense business gives our teams access to some of the coolest and most challenging problems in tech. Being a small and agile business, our teams can see their ideas become reality and make an impact.
“With three office locations along the Front Range of Colorado, we have strategically grown our footprint to tap into important talent hubs while maintaining close proximity to each other for collaboration.”
Headquartered in Fort Collins, Numerica’s team of domain experts tackle complex software and engineering problems to develop operationally viable solutions that power mission-critical systems vital to national security.
Numerica said its state-of-the-art technologies have been deployed around the world to integrate networks, fuse data, precisely track targets and quantify uncertainty.
“At Numerica, I get to do what I do best, work with talented people on important problems, and enjoy 300+ days of sunshine every year,” said Numerica Vice President Jeff Aristoff.
With roots in research and development, the company’s offerings have expanded quickly over the past decade to now include cutting-edge products and software solutions in the space control and short-range air defense markets.
At more than 70 employees, the company said it expects to increase its headcount to 100 in the coming two years.
Earlier this year, Numerica opened an office in Colorado Springs to house part of its Space Situational Awareness team and better serve customers in that region.