Dearborn-based information technology firm KLA Laboratories will open a regional office on Tuesday in Grove City, Ohio, to expand its service in the Columbus area and other Midwest markets.
“We look forward to creating trusted relationships with new clients in the Columbus market and playing an integral role in building and strengthening their companies,” says Matt O’Bryan, president and CEO of KLA Laboratories.
O’Bryan says Greg Allmon will head the Columbus office, serving as KLA’s Midwest regional director with clients including Verizon Wireless, the City of Columbus, Ohio State University, and Big Lots, among others. He says the 1,250-square-foot office will have 15 employees, with plans for further expansion.
O’Bryan says the Grove City office will offer distributed antenna systems solutions and IT solutions services.
KLA Laboratories, founded in 1929, offers audio/visual systems, distributed antenna systems, event production services, network cabling installation, and network integration services and solutions. The 150-employee company also has a technical engineering center in Dearborn.
Clients include Ford Motor Co., the Detroit Tigers, University of Michigan, and Pet Supplies Plus, among others. In addition, KLA plans to expand its service offerings to the West Coast.
To learn more about KLA Laboratories, read DBusiness magazine’s article Hi-Fi to Wi-Fi from the January/February issue.