KeyMark Announces Pickens County Expansion Plans and New Programs to Support Local Students

KeyMark Expansion and New Student Programs

KeyMark, a leading provider of enterprise information management software solutions headquartered in Pickens County, South Carolina, held a “Shovel and Shindig” event to announce new office headquarters in Pickens County and programs to benefit local students.

keymark-shovel-shindigAt more than twice the size of KeyMark’s current facility, KeyMark’s new headquarters is planned for 22,500 square feet of space in the Pickens County Commerce Park. The new building will be situated on approximately 8 acres of land that is currently home to KeyMark’s office headquarters. The new facility will enable KeyMark to expand its operations, providing additional space for KeyMark’s growing employee base.

The new building will accommodate up to 110 employees and will feature technology-rich offices, state-of-the-art conference and training facilities, collaboration spaces, wellness center and locker rooms, an employee break room and an indoor/outdoor covered patio with an adjacent outdoor fireplace. Trehel Corporation is the general contractor for the project. Construction is slated to begin this summer with a move-in date planned for early 2018.

“This expansion will allow us to enlarge our national footprint while keeping our roots right here in Pickens County and the Trehel-LogoUpstate,” said Jim Wanner, CEO at KeyMark. “We are committed to this area and look forward to further growth right here at home. Our new headquarters will provide us with a much needed state-of-the-art facility to recruit additional team members and support our aggressive growth plans.”

During the event, KeyMark announced two new student programs, including a JumpStart internship program, which will enable qualifying college juniors and seniors to begin working at KeyMark as a part-time, paid intern and transition to a full-time, paid position upon graduation. KeyMark also released details about the establishment of a new KeyMark Scholarship fund, which will provide 10 qualifying Clemson University School of Computing students from Pickens, Anderson, Greenville, and Oconee counties the opportunity to receive a $1,000 annual scholarship.

“There is a talented workforce and supportive business environment in the Upstate,” said Wanner. “It’s important to do all we can to help grow the talent right here in our own backyard.”

 

About KeyMark

Since 1996, KeyMark, Inc. has been a leading intelligent automation provider delivering capture (OCR), workflow (ECM), case management (DCM), and robotic process automation (RPA) solutions. KeyMark believes that information should be easy and helps clients leverage technology, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, to maximize productivity and decrease manual labor in industries such as: energy and gas; financial services; healthcare; insurance; manufacturing, distribution and logistics; and public sector. As a value-added reseller of OnBase by Hyland, Blue Prism, and Kofax software, KeyMark is one of a select few organizations worldwide to represent such a comprehensive list of automation capabilities with years of proven experience and our award-winning KeyMark Extended Support.

Additionally, KeyMark is the creator of Forms InMotion, an innovative software-as-a-service solution for forms automation. KeyMark was named as 2016, 2017, and 2018 Best Places to Work in South Carolina by the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and SC Biz News. The company was also ranked 17th in the 2016 South Carolina’s Fastest Growing Companies Competition and has appeared four times on the INC. 5,000 list of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies – most recently in 2017 at #3525. KeyMark is headquartered in Liberty, S.C., with a regional sales office in Camp Hill, Penn.; and a Document Conversion Services Center in West Hazleton, Penn. that operates as IMR Digital; For more information, call 864-343-0500.

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