Silicon Valley tech firm expands into downtown Phoenix
Silicon Valley tech firm, Gainsight, announced, Wednesday, its expansion of new corporate marketing headquarters into Downtown Phoenix at 111 W. Monroe St., the Monroe Building.
Gainsight, a customer success tech company, was drawn to Phoenix because of its amazing talent pool, and entrepreneurial spirit, said Anthony Kennada, vice president of Marketing at Gainsight.
“We are incredibly excited to build a world-class organization in Phoenix and to play an active role in the emerging Customer Success and Enterprise SaaS communities here,” he said.
Recently, Gainsight announced a $50 million series D funding round backed by Insight Venture Partners. Gainsight expects to grow its new Phoenix office significantly in 2016.
“The addition of Gainsight to The Monroe Building’s roster of startup and tech industry leaders in truly a gain for the city, and a tremendous asset for Downtown Phoenix in general,” said Tim O’Neil, a principal with Ironline Partners, part of the ownership group that comprises The Monroe Building.
Ride-sharing tech giant, Uber leased offices inside of the Monroe Building earlier this year.