Vyopta Moves to Bigger Austin Headquarters and is Hiring

Vyopta Founders Rick Leung, Chief Technology Officer and Alfredo Ramirez, Chief Executive Officer and Andrew Chen, Vice President and General Counsel, courtesy photo.

Vyopta Founders Rick Leung, Chief Technology Officer and Alfredo Ramirez, Chief Executive Officer and Andrew Chen, Vice President and General Counsel, courtesy photo.

Vyopta Inc., which provides analytics for video and web collaboration technologies, has announced plans to move into a bigger headquarters in the Barton Creek Plaza Office Building.

The Austin-based startup, founded in 2007, has 25 employees and plans to hire 12 additional employees to fill up its new office, which is more than 6,100 square feet.

The company’s business is booming, according to its CEO Alfredo Ramirez.

“From 2013 to 2014, Vyopta has more than doubled our customers and tripled product sales,” Ramirez said in a news release. “We moved our company headquarters to be closer to our customers, partners, employees and potential recruits. We want to be near where people live and work in Austin, and our proximity to the technology corridor allows us to be among other local technology companies in our community.”

Vyopta provides companies with cloud-based video solutions to allow them to manage, reduce the cost and improve the quality of video and web collaboration. Its customers include five of the Fortune 50, Department of Veteran Affairs, financial institutions and healthcare companies.

Vyopta plans to hire additional software development, sales and marketing and customer support employees during the next year.

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