Sterling relocating corporate headquarters to Dakota Dunes
June 19. 2014 10:17AM
DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. – Sterling Computers Corporation announced Wednesday that it is relocating its corporate headquarters from Norfolk, Neb., to Dakota Dunes thanks to a recently approved REDI (Revolving Economic Development Initiative) Fund loan by the Board of Economic Development.
"Sterling Computers Corporation made the right decision to expand and relocate its corporate headquarters to South Dakota," said Gov. Dennis Daugaard. "The REDI Fund is designed to promote business growth, so I am pleased when those funds can be used to help expedite a company's expansion plans."
The proposed expansion plan calls for new construction of a 20,000 square foot building and will result in a minimum of 10 full-time jobs.
"We are thankful for the financial support received through the state's REDI Fund and the growth this enables us to pursue," said Brad Moore, president of Sterling. "Sterling has been a part of the South Dakota community for more than a decade and this investment signifies both our continued commitment to this great state and the states support of job creation and economic growth through small businesses."
"We are pleased to see this kind of growth happening in our community and specifically in Sterling Computers Corporation," said Dennis Melstad, president of Dakota Dunes Development Company. "I look forward to our continued partnership and assisting Sterling in the relocation of its corporate headquarters to Dakota Dunes."
Founded in 1996, Sterling Computers Corporation is an award-winning technology company focused on hardware, software, and technology services for government, healthcare, education and commercial customers. Sterling is a certified Small, Woman-Owned business. Its reach-back into the major technology companies and its high levels of technical certifications provide its customers unmeasured direction. Sterling was named a Dell 2014 Partner of the Year and holds key partnerships with HP, Cisco, Oracle, VMware, IBM and many others.
For more information on the REDI Fund and other GOED financing programs, please visit www.sdreadytowork.com/finance.