imgres-6OutboundEngine Thursday announced it has moved into larger office space in downtown Austin.

The Austin-based startup, which launched its email, social media and content marketing platform in 2012, late last year closed on $11 million in venture capital.

When OutboundEngine closed its funding round, company officials said the company would use the money to support office expansion, product development and entry into new vertical markets.

“Given our consistent growth over the last couple of years and our recent round of funding, we quickly realized that our office space needed to evolve with the company,” Branndon Stewart, founder and CEO of OutboundEngine, said in a news release. “The open layout of our new location will provide our employees with a collaborative environment that better supports our work. The larger space will also accommodate new hires as we look to expand our employee base here in Austin.”

OutboundEngine’s new office is at 504 Lavaca Street.

“The space is equipped with a spacious employee lounge to encourage interaction and relaxation, a custom throne for each month’s top sales representative to show appreciation for dedicated and hard-working employees, a designated area with a chalkboard wall for idea-sharing and brainstorming and large meeting spaces named to remind people of poor business practices like abusing “Reply All” and the use of jargon,” according to a news release.