Administrivia Moves Headquarters to Atlantic Station
ATLANTA (Oct. 16, 2013) – Administrivia, a reliable and trusted provider of accounting, technology and human resource services has relocated to its new home 201 17th Street in Atlantic Station to better accommodate and support the requirements of its expanding client base.
Located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, Atlantic Station affords easy access to the 75/85 connector and ample parking. Administrivia’s new home at 201 17th Street is an energy efficient, 17-story office tower designed by award-winning architectural firm Perkins & Will and boasts sustainable U.S Green Building LEED certification standards. Administrivia is among the first occupants of the buildings’ new technology suites.
“We are excited to be moving into larger quarters. Our new space will enable us to accommodate additional staff, provide more comfortable meeting rooms, and take advantage of state-of-the-art training facilities; all amenities to help Administrivia better service our clients’ business essential needs, ” said Adam Rimes, president and founder of Administrivia.
With combined expertise in both accounting and IT, Administrivia is able to support clients in innovative ways unavailable to single-service providers. Clients benefit from Administrivia’s combined competencies in finance and technology to more efficiently and productively manage their accounting, payroll and IT infrastructure. Seamlessly working together, clients enjoy one point of contact for all their business essential needs.
Launched in 2010 through a merger between Founders Adam Rimes and Cameron Champion, Administrivia has rapidly established itself as a leading accounting, payroll and IT service provider for small business. In the last year, it has doubled its client base and has grown from a staff of eight to a staff of twelve with plans to recruit additional team members.
A reliable and trusted provider serving hundreds of clients, Administrivia is passionate about helping small businesses efficiently manage the often frustrating, time-consuming tasks necessary to run a successful enterprise. That’s why, at Administrivia, it’s our business to manage the three essential cornerstones of our clients’ business – Accounting, IT and Human Resources. We make it our responsibility to understand each client’s business and create managed processes and support services that facilitate efficient operations, on-going management and increased productivity. Core competencies in finance and technology facilitate Administrivia’s ability to deliver the most efficient, innovative client solutions available to meet specific needs and drive optimal performance for the execution of daily business essential activities. Visit us at www.administriva.com
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