HighJump corporate headquarters relocates to LEED certified building

HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, announced that it has relocated its corporate headquarters to the Normandale Lake Office Park in Bloomington, Minn.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
April 23, 2012 - MMH Editorial

HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, announced that it has relocated its corporate headquarters to the Normandale Lake Office Park in Bloomington, Minn. Previously, the company was located seven miles away in Eden Prairie, Minn.

HighJump Software now occupies an entire floor (27,000 square feet) in the 8200 Tower of the Normandale Lake Office Park, which has been awarded Certification at the Gold Level by the Leadership Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.  In addition to its corporate headquarters, HighJump Software has offices across the United States and Canada and in Shanghai, China.
 
“We’re pleased to be in a brand new, LEED-certified building.  This facility will provide all our Minneapolis personnel a high quality work environment and we look forward to hosting customers, partners and prospects in our new space soon,” said Russell Fleischer, CEO, HighJump Software.



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