Billtrust, a payments management provider, announced it opened its new corporate headquarters on Monday.
The new, 87,000-square-foot headquarters will provide the company will new technology, more than 50 meeting and collaborative spaces, indoor and outdoor fitness facilities, three coffee bars, ergonomic desks, and white noise cancelling technology.
“We’re excited to have a new home in Lawrenceville for our corporate headquarters and continue our commitment job creation in New Jersey,” Flint Lane, Billtrust founder and CEO, said. “The Billtrust culture is unique and this space reflects that with more collaborative spaces and state of the art technology which will allow our teammates to thrive.”
The company said it decided to say in New Jersey in part due to a Grow NJ grant provided by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.
“The EDA is committed to supporting the State’s vision for reclaiming New Jersey’s leadership in innovation,” EDA CEO Tim Sullivan said. “Thriving technology companies like Billtrust that choose to invest and expand in the State will play a critical role in achieving that vision by driving economic activity, providing attractive career opportunities, and fostering a climate that encourages novel thinking.”
Billtrust said it committed to contributing to local communities, supporting organizations such as Big Brother Big Sister NJ, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, Habitat for Humanity and more.
“Our new HQ in Lawrenceville as well our Denver and Chicago work environments recognize the reality that the individuals on our team are what makes Billtrust succeed. These investments represent our commitment to serving our team with world-class resources to facilitate collaboration and growth,” Steven pinado, Billtrust president, said.
This is the first time since March 2015 all corporate New Jersey offices of Billtrust will be under one roof. Billtrust has five additional facilities and is currently growing its teams in Denver and Chicago.