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NM Tech Company Expands Investment in State Supporting Santa Fe Clients

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ANM, an Albuquerque-based national leader in technology solutions, announces the official opening of its new headquarters.  Continuing the company’s investment in New Mexico, the new facility will support the company’s 87 employees, provide job training for the state’s diverse workforce, and fulfill the need for new high-paying technology positions at the company.  

Working closely with ANM, Central New Mexico Community College (CNM)’s Cisco Networking Academy prepares its students for highly-skilled tech jobs at ANM where they can advance their careers through the company’s training programs.  ANM’s new headquarters has the facilities for on-the-job technology training, helping to shape the future of New Mexico’s workforce.

ANM’s expansion and continued investment in New Mexico is establishing deeper roots for the company’s economic growth in the state.  The New Mexico Economic Development Department invested $750,000 in the Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) funding for the

new headquarters to help support the hiring and training of New Mexico’s workforce.  The funding has helped ANM create new high-paying tech positions with an average salary of $85,000.

ANM’s expansion is another sign that New Mexico is growing its economy with a more-skilled workforce and better paying jobs,” said Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes of the state Economic Development Department. “Growing quality businesses and investing in training is key to diversifying the state economy.”

The City of Albuquerque contributed an additional $250,000 in LEDA funds to help support ANM’s new high-paying tech careers.  “Our partnership with ANM is creating jobs and growing the local economy.  ANM has long been an important company to Albuquerque and a driver of new jobs,” said Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller. “ANM’s new technology jobs will continue to increase New Mexicans access to training and development, positioning the city and state as a tech leader and ANM as a leading technology solutions provider.”

“ANM is an excellent example of the importance of investing in local companies and growing our economy from within. ANM is providing quality jobs in the technology sector, investing in our workforce, and finding great success. As a result, they are one of Albuquerque’s fastest-growing companies,” said SynthiaJaramillo, Director of Economic Development, City of Albuquerque. “Not only is ANM expanding in Albuquerque, but they are expanding in nearby states – furthering their value in our economy as they are now bringing in money from the outside.”

Located in Albuquerque’s Journal Center area, ANM’s newly built headquarters is 42,000-square feet and designed to support more than 100 employees.  It has 98 cubicles, 21 work spaces, 18 offices, five conference rooms, four quiet rooms and three vendor rooms.  The new facility’s state-of-the-art training room has the capacity to educate more than 100 customers

and partners on the latest in technology innovation and IT trends.  The headquarters features a nursing area for mothers, quiet working areas, an expansive warehouse space and will eventually include a workplace exercise area and gym.

“The completion and grand opening of ANM’s new headquarters showcases our commitment to Albuquerque and providing career opportunities to New Mexico’s high-tech workforce.   Our recent growth allows us to continue to invest in our state with new high-paying jobs, on-site education and training, and continue to make Albuquerque our home,” said Raminder Mann, CEO of ANM.  “The opening of the new headquarters enables us to meet our goals by better supporting our staff, clients and partners, the city, the state and its education institutions, and most importantly the community, thus increasing our investment in New Mexico, its workforce development and as a top technology solutions provider for years to come.”  

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