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September 15th, 1999

[8:30 AM] Powerlogix Grows Into New Facility

Powerlogix has announced that one city was not big enough to contain their operations and opened a new office in Wichita, Kansas. According to Powerlogix:

PowerLogix today announced the opening of an office in Wichita, Kansas to better meet the needs of their customers.

"Our headquarters, engineering, tech support, and some sales will continue to operate out of our office here in Austin. However it made good sense to go to Wichita for our second office because of the number of quality people experienced in the Mac industry," said Robert Jagitsch, President of PowerLogix R&D, Inc.

The second branch will focus on new business development and sales.

The Mac Observer Spin: Wichita does seem to be a Midwest Mac Mecca, if you'll pardon our alliteration. Newer Technology and XLR8 both maintain their operations in Wichita, and with the new Powerlogix offices, Wichita now has more upgrade companies than Austin, Tx. MacTell and Powerlogix both maintain their headquarters in Austin. Congratulations to Powerlogix on the expansion in any event!


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