NJ Acting Governor Visits Marathon Data Headquarters

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July 11, 2014

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July 11, 2014


Marathon Data Systems CEO Chris Sullens welcomes New Jersey Acting Governor Kim Guadagno to celebrate the grand opening of Marathon Data's new offices.

Marathon Data Systems CEO Chris Sullens welcomes New Jersey Acting Governor Kim Guadagno to celebrate the grand opening of Marathon Data’s new offices.

NEPTUNE, NJ—Marathon Data Systems, which provides a cloud-based business management platform for companies with a mobile workforce, hosted New Jersey Acting Governor Kim Guadagno on July 11 to celebrate the grand opening of its new offices —facilitated by a Grow NJ Award of up to $3.2 million, including a bonus for relocating to Neptune, N.J.

“We’re honored that Acting Governor Guadagno took the time to help us officially open the doors on a new chapter for Marathon,” says Chris Sullens, president and CEO of Marathon Data Systems. “Our commitment to the communities surrounding the Jersey Shore is just underway, and our new facility ensures we can deliver services and solutions that make a positive impact for our clients’ businesses, while consistently creating skilled job opportunities for talented individuals in our region.”

“Time and time again, Marathon Data Systems has been recognized in New Jersey and nationally for their rapid growth and as one of the best places to work,” said Acting Governor Kim Guadagno. “With this high profile, they could have decided to move elsewhere, so we are extremely proud that a company of this caliber has made the choice to stay and grow their business in New Jersey. We congratulate the leadership and employees of Marathon Data Systems and wish them continued success.”

Marathon Data Systems CEO Chris Sullens and New Jersey Acting Governor Kim Guadagno share a candid moment during the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Marathon Data Systems CEO Chris Sullens and New Jersey Acting Governor Kim Guadagno share a candid moment during the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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