Toronto, ON – July 26th, 2016.
LocoMobi, Inc. is moving its corporate headquarters and technology development center to a larger space in prestigious and tech-centric Liberty Village.
Liberty Village, once a thriving industrial hub for the City of Toronto, is now home to some of the biggest names in software, technology and media including Cisco, Sirius XM, Vice Magazine and Beanfield.
For LocoMobi, an enterprise smart city technology firm, the new office provides for more space to accommodate its growing sales, technology and customer service teams.
LocoMobi will now occupy close to 7,000 square feet on the first floor of the unique multi-tenant industrial-vibe office building. “The additional space and open floor plan will allow us to incorporate our technology development center under the same roof as our corporate offices. The move will lead to increases in operational efficiency and productivity and ultimately improve our response time with our clients” says Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Grant Furlane.
LocoMobi will officially be moving in on August 1st to their new address of: 18 Mowat Avenue Suite 18C, Toronto, ON, M6K 3E8.
LocoMobi will continue to maintain its other offices and manufacturing facilities.
LocoMobi is an enterprise-level parking, transportation and transit technology company. The company is currently generating significant traction in parking, its primary vertical, through the signing of key blue chip clients in across North America including Park N’ Fly, Wally Park, Crowne Plaza and City of Ventura. LocoMobi’s software and enterprise-grade hardware products are applicable to on-street, off-street, gated, and non-gated parking environments. LocoMobi is the only company with full vertical integration, allowing for the unique ability to custom tailor true end-to-end parking and transportation systems through modular application. From equipment and hardware to cloud-based solutions and mobile payments, Locomobi accommodates a broad range of environments that include municipalities, commercial and residential buildings, toll highways, airports, universities, hotels, self-storage facilities and campgrounds.