Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world’s #1 CRM company, today announced it will invest more than $40 million over the next 10 years to expand its regional headquarters in Indianapolis. As part of the new investment, Salesforce plans to add 800 new jobs over the next five years. The company also announced it will move into a new regional headquarters location at 111 Monument Circle, which will be known as Salesforce Tower Indianapolis.
Salesforce will begin moving into Salesforce Tower Indianapolis in early 2017. Plans for the building include a renovated lobby and dedicated space where guests can experience interactive, hands-on demonstrations of the Salesforce Customer Success Platform.
This announcement means Indianapolis joins the ranks of three other Salesforce regional towers, including Salesforce Tower NY, Salesforce Tower London, and the company’s new global headquarters, Salesforce Tower San Francisco.
“Salesforce Tower Indianapolis, our regional headquarters, will give our amazing employees a fantastic place to work and serve our customers and community every day.” TechPoint recognized Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO Scott McCorkle as Indiana’s 2016 Trailblazer in Technology during the 17th annual TechPoint Mira Awards on Saturday, April 23.
Salesforce, one of the largest technology employers in Indiana, has been named one of Fortune’s Best Places to Work for the past eight years and was achieved recognition in the 2016 Indiana’s Best Places to Work list by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. Salesforce has well over 1,000 employees in the Indianapolis area and more than 20,000 employees worldwide.
Today, Salesforce employees in Indiana are committing to deliver 100,000 total employee volunteer hours to local nonprofits this year. Salesforce is dedicated to supporting Indiana through its 1-1-1 integrated corporate philanthropy model, in which Salesforce’s product, resources and employee time are dedicated to the communities where employees live and work.
To date, Salesforce technology has powered more than 28,000 nonprofit and higher education institutions; Salesforce and its philanthropic entities have provided more than $115 million in grants; and Salesforce employees have logged more than 1.3 million volunteer hours throughout the world. Recently, Salesforce matched donations in support of TechPoint Foundation for Youth’s launch of statewide computer programming clubs called “CoderDojo’s.”
For more information about Salesforce’s impact in Indianapolis and to view their job openings, visit their profile in our tech directory.