Citing company growth and the desire to become more active in the community, Creative Computer Solutions Inc. (CCSI), a provider of technology services to small and medium-size businesses, has purchased and moved into a new office building in downtown Vancouver.
CCSI President & CEO Scott Huotari said his company’s new loation will “get us a little closer to the downtown corridor and allow us to be a little more active in the community.” CCSI was previously located near the intersection of I-205 and SR-500 in NE Vancouver. Photo: Nicholas Shannon Kulmac
According to CCSI President & CEO Scott Huotari, the move from NE 39th Street to the corner of Broadway & Mill Plain (202 E Mill Plain Boulevard) was inspired, in part, by a Small Business Administration (SBA) presentation by Jim West of Coldwell Banker Commercial.
“[Jim] had several partners there and they talked about the advantages of SBA loans, the SBA process and the importance of investment properties for retirement,” said Huotari. “So I kind of started the process there.
“Additionally,” he continued, “CCSI is growing and we’re starting to look at the future of cloud computing and the need for more remote support for our customers. As we add more staff we’re going to need more space.”
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