Toronto-based datacenter services company CentriLogic Inc. will make Buffalo its second U.S. office, they announced. The company plans on bringing 50-100 highly-skilled jobs to Buffalo over the next three years.
CentriLogic opened their first US office in Rochester in 2007, and had been looking to expand. They will locate in the Main Place Tower.
“Buffalo was appealing to us for many reasons,” said CentriLogic CEO Robert Offley, “from its highly-skilled workforce and accessibility to power and its proximity to Rochester and Toronto. With Buffalo on our map, it completes our Golden Horseshoe, helping us to deliver better services both within the USA and across the border.”
CentriLogic datacenters provide physical and data information protection for companies looking for excellence in security for their data, network protection, and even surveillance and fire protection.
“CentriLogic acts as a safe deposit box for companies,” Offley said.
County Executive Chris Collins said, “It’s reassuring to see smart, innovative, forward-thinking companies like CentriLogic invest in our region.”
(Top image left to right: Erie County Executive Chris Collins, Deputy Mayor Donna Brown, CentriLogic CEO Robert Offley.)