Davinci Virtual has been promising a new corporate headquarters that would allow the virtual office solutions provider to bring services to more customers for nearly a year. Today, the Salt Lake City, Utah-based company made good on its promise.

Davinci Virtual hosted a grand opening event for its newly-built North American headquarters this week. The attendant’s list was a who’s who of local political figures and business leaders, including Salt Lake City Mayor Peter Corroon and Chamber of Commerce CEO Marie Marshall.

"We were thrilled to share the opening of our new headquarters with our friends, staff, partners and our community," says Bill Grodnik, CEO of Davinci Virtual. "The new facilities will allow us to accommodate our rapid growth while providing a great work environment for our team.”

Davinci Virtual’s 25,000-square-foot facility features four virtual support centers, openly configured work spaces for management, finance, sales, customer care, and partner relations and a state-of-the-art technology hub. The new headquarters sets the stage for rapid growth of the company, which was constrained in its previous location.

Think about it for a minute. Davinci Virtual already provides virtual office solutions to more than 7,500 companies and entrepreneurs across the U.S., Canada, Europe, Central America, Asia and Australia. The company also offers over 750 virtual office locations including virtual offices in Miami, virtual offices in Dallas, virtual offices in San Francisco, virtual offices in Atlanta and any other metropolitan area throughout the world. Clients can select prime business addresses, meeting space and business support services—instantly—online.

What can Davinci Virtual do with this new space? Plenty.

"We finally were able to tailor a complete build-out to our needs,” says Davinci COO Martin Senn. “The combination of cutting edge technologies, ergonomically correct work spaces and a productivity friendly design enable us to take our mission to the next level. We are very pleased with the outcome.”