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By tillerdigital • February 7, 2018

Houston Chronicle announces Infrastructure Networks to move HQ to Galleria office tower

The Houston Chronicle joined Infrastructure Networks, Inc. (INET) in announcing our headquarters move February 6, 2018. The move comes after a year of extraordinary growth where INET nearly doubled its employee count from 25-50, its reach and now it’s headquarters space. Scott Crist, Chairman and CEO of INET stated,

“The reality is that we are at the forefront of a significant industrial revolution where companies are embracing automation, analytics and machine learning to help them complete more effectively in the new energy environment,” Crist said.

Crist went on to announce that the move opens the door for INET to further increase the size of its team, and hopes to again double the number of employees in 2018.

View the article by Katherine Feser, Business Reporter, here: Infrastructure Networks to move HQ to Galleria office tower

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