A small Raleigh company that sells engineering software and services has moved to bigger offices as it continues to hire.
Integrated Industrial Information, or I-Cubed, recently expanded into new space at N.C. State's Centennial Campus. The company now employs 38 people after adding 10 last year, and expects to hire at least 10 more this year.
This afternoon, company officials will show off the larger digs and then host a reception at the N.C. Museum of History to mark I-Cubed's 25th anniversary. Such festivities aren't unheard-of for Triangle businesses, but have become rarer during the recession.
"It's a nice way to slow down and reflect, but also to show appreciation for all the hard work that's allowing us to continue to grow," said CEO Donald A. Thompson Jr., left.