Nextep Moves To Bigger HQ
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The customer self-order technology developer Nextep Systems has moved to a larger home in Troy.
Seven years of compounded growth created the need for the company to expand the size of its team, resulting in the demand for more office space.
The new office is at 3331 W. Big Beaver Road and is 7,000 square feet in size, vs. 3,600 square feet at the old space.
Said Tommy Woycik, Nextep president: “The move to larger premises reflects our strong performance and continued dominance in several self service verticals, particularly in quick serve restaurants, grocery delis, airports, and casinos. We have several new products on the horizon that will create even stronger demand in the near future.”
Recently, Nextep has bolstered the sales team with several key additions to its team, including Tom Roth as vice president of sales. The company now has 20 employees.
More at www.nextepsystems.com.
Nextep develops self-ordering kiosks for use in restaurants and other venues, as well as related software — and software for online restaurant ordering.