SAINT CHARLES, MO – TSI Global Company has announced the ribbon-cutting ceremony for their new high-tech facilities on July 15 at 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. after being postponed for approximately six months.
Their new office puts the technology where they deploy for its customers in front and center every day. They create the art-detailed hanging on the wall with wiring of network cabling and data closets. You will get to witness of sound masking, background music, networked audio and video, and conferencing experience including Microsoft Teams, Cisco, Webex, and Zoom.
Robert Bray, the TSI president, the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, majority owner of TSI, and other local authorities are invited to tell the story of how TSI was on the edge of their doors during the 1993 flood. TSI could survive the struggles because of the help of the St. Charles, Economic Development Council and faculty of Lindenwood University, they reached the new 40,000-square-feet headquarters earlier this year.
Bray stated St. Charles will always be the home for TSI Global Company, as the local authorities gave them helps during the 1993 flood, which really affected the company. He also said St. Charles Economic Development Council, able to help businesses of all kinds and sizes prosper in today’s world.
Their celebration of new headquarters follows their expansion to Charlotte, North Carolina, which was stated in early June 2021. This expansion will help them to facilitate major enterprise clients outside the Midwest area.
TSI Global Company believes they could reach the successful of theirs because of all organizations that they have shown the more promising growth in the future.
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