Provo, Utah-based Qualtrics has recently acquired Reston-based Clarabridge. Now, Qualtrics continues the relationship with Virginia by investing $15.9 million to expand its office in Reston to Reston Metro Plaza in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Qualtrics is currently used by more than 13,500 organizations and is the leading experience management software company in the United States, according to the press release.
Expanding into Fairfax county will put Qualtrics in an "even stronger position to help our customers build their next great customer, employee, product, and brand experiences” says Zig Serafin, Qualtrics CEO.
Governor Ralph Northam approved funds from the Virginia Economic Development Incentive Grant to assist in the project. He stated the following:
"[Our] diverse tech ecosystem is driven by our stable business climate, competitive operating costs, and a world-class workforce. We look forward to Qualtrics' continued success in Fairfax County."
The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) recognizes Fairfax County as "one of the world's best locations for business and talent", and this new development will create 400 new jobs for those in Fairfax County.
See the press release for more information on this exciting new development!