Tech firm SupplyPike, a supply chain software company that works with retail suppliers, has relocated its corporate office from Fayetteville to Rogers.
The new office space is approximately 12,000 square feet on the fifth floor of the Northgate office building on West J.B. Hunt Drive in the city’s Pinnacle Hills area west of Interstate 49.
The firm’s former office on North Steele Boulevard was approximately 5,000 square feet.
“We had 40 usable desks [in Fayetteville], and the new office now has over 100 usable desks,” COO Christine Tan said.
The Pinnacle Hills office will house more than 130 SupplyPike employees. CEO and co-founder TJ Sangam said he hopes the move to Rogers will fuel more company growth by attracting top-quality talent to the region. The jobs will span various departments, including research, engineering, product, sales design, marketing, and customer success.
SupplyPike builds automation software that helps retail suppliers fight deductions, maximize cash flow and increase productivity across various teams within their company.
“This new office space is a significant milestone for SupplyPike, as we have seen so much growth in the past year,” Sangam said. “We really want to maintain great company culture, and this new office better accommodates all our team members, ensuring we can continue providing industry-leading support to our customers.”
Logistics provider CaseStack launched SupplyPike in 2017 as its research and development arm. It was spun out as a standalone business the following year when Hub Group acquired CaseStack.
SupplyPike announced a $25 million Series B capital raise earlier this year.