November 5, 2012, 9:22 AM

Web Cube Opens an Office in Texas

The new Austin office will increase Web Cube's capabilities and growth in the areas of product development and customer support.

Web Cube is excited to announce that we have officially opened a second office in Austin, Texas. The new Austin office will increase Web Cube's capabilities and growth in the areas of product development and customer support, while our headquarters will remain in San Diego, CA.

Web Cube is a fully integrated digital platform for brands, providing all the e-commerce and CMS tools needed to sell and deliver brand content online through every digital touch-point. Brands powered by Web Cube control their e-commerce, branded site, mobile, social media, and order fulfillment on one integrated platform, and also have the flexibility to customize the platform for their unique needs.

We have experienced significant growth over the last several years, adding many enterprise level clients to their platform including Rip Curl, Dunlop Tires, Callaway Golf, Sony, and most recently Osiris Shoes. The new office in Austin will allow Web Cube to expand into Austin's growing high tech and entrepreneurial community. Companies such as Google, Apple, Facebook, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Intel, and Samsung have opened operations in Austin alongside growing tech start-ups like Indeed.com, earning the city the nickname "Silicon Hills."

"We are excited to grow Web Cube within the hotbed of technology start-ups in Austin," says Aaron Cuker, CEO of Web Cube. "The opening of the new Austin office marks an exciting chapter for the company. Web Cube has undergone tremendous growth in the last few years and the new office will support our operations as we continue expanding."

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