In 2011, six General Electric employees took a leap of faith, leaving their jobs to build something that they believed in. Veoci began as a simple yet powerful tool for IT incident and emergency management. Since then, those six employees have grown to a team of 40 and Veoci has become a fully comprehensive platform for emergency preparedness, response and recovery as well as daily operations for a variety of industries with over 115 customers.
To make room for their rapidly growing team, Veoci very recently moved into a beautiful new 14th-floor office, staying in their home city of New Haven, of course. To celebrate the growth of this homegrown New Haven company, Mayor Toni Harp, along with members of the city’s economic development department joined the Veoci team for a press conference and ribbon cutting. With the City of New Haven and Yale University being Veoci’s first customers in 2011, our company has a strong allegiance to the city and we were thrilled to share our pride and excitement with the Mayor and all others who joined. Our innovative, diligent and diverse team has put all that we have into our product and we could not be more proud to see it grow, succeed and most importantly, help others.
The New Haven Independent covered the exciting day and told the story of Veoci in an article. Click here to check it out.