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Office Depot’s recent IT services acquisition CompuCom has unveiled its brand new global headquarters in Fort Mill (SC). The first-of-its-kind digital campus has been designed to encompass CompuCom’s vision for a technology-focused workplace and to drive collaboration, productivity and operational efficiency across its workforce.

CompuCom Systems, Inc. (“CompuCom®”), a leading provider of managed digital workplace services that is now part of Office Depot, Inc. (NASDAQ:ODP), officially opened a first-of-its-kind, 151,000-square-foot Digital Campus/Global Headquarters located in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina area of Fort Mill, South Carolina. Designed to express CompuCom’s vision of the digital workplace, the Digital Campus (the Campus) rests in the middle of a dynamic and diverse workforce and provides access to a highly technical labor market. 

Designed to express CompuCom’s vision of the digital workplace, the Digital Campus (the Campus) rests in the middle of a dynamic and diverse workforce and provides access to a highly technical labor market. The Campus personifies CompuCom’s mission of leveraging technology and innovation to drive collaboration, productivity and operational efficiency. With plenty of room for expansion, CompuCom’s Digital Campus hosts corporate staff, contact center associates — product and service teams — and expects to house up to 3,500 total personnel, in two buildings, over the next five to seven years.

 

One of the first things a close observer will notice about CompuCom’s new $41 million building in Indian Land is there are no light switches. Lighting is controlled by digital switches that can be managed via the internet. Cisco Digital Building software and hardware allows the lights to mimic daylight and help employees and visitors maintain their circadian rhythm. It’s one of dozens of innovations by CompuCom Systems Inc. at its new building in northern Lancaster County’s Bailes Ridge Business Park, creating the next step beyond smart buildings or “digital buildings,” says Dan Stone, president of CompuCom.

Dan Stone can foresee a time when the CompuCom campus in Indian Land will be the home to 3,500 employees and the new Charlotte-area headquarters will be the go-to place for IT services even for small businesses. In fact, Stone, president of CompuCom, predicts those two milestones will be accomplished within the next five or six years. The only holdup, he says, is finding employees. “We can’t find enough of them,” he says. “We want more and more.” On April 9, 2018, CompuCom officially declared the building open, and Stone is already talking about expanding. 

CompuCom officially opened a first-of-its-kind, 151,000-square-foot Digital Campus/Global Headquarters located in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina area of Fort Mill, South Carolina. 

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