FORT COLLINS — Numerica Corp., which recently opened a branch office in Colorado Springs, has now opened another branch office, this time in Denver.
Numerica is a research and software development company that tackles difficult issues in the defense and space industries.
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The Fort Collins-based company announced this week that it has opened an office at 1801 Wewatta St., Suite F11, in Denver. The company said the Denver office is positioned between space and defense customers and near a pool of skilled workers that it can draw from as it continues to grow.
“At Numerica, our company culture is built by people who thrive at being a part of a high-octane team working on important problems in national security,” Jeff Poore, Numerica president, said in a written statement. “Frankly, working in the defense business gives our teams access to some of the coolest and most challenging problems in tech. Being a small and agile business, our teams can see their ideas become reality and make an impact.
“With three office locations along the Front Range of Colorado, we have strategically grown our footprint to tap into important talent hubs while maintaining close proximity to each other for collaboration,” Poore said.
Numerica’s technologies have been deployed around the world to integrate networks, fuse data, precisely track targets and quantify uncertainty.
The company now has more than 70 employees and expects to increase staff to about 100 in the coming two years.
The Colorado Springs facility, also opened this year, is part of the company’s space situational awareness team.