Released: on January 15, 2008

Mediasation Doubles Size of Workspace in Response to Growth

Mediasation, a Greenville-based web development firm, has expanded its office and development space in response to the increasing number of clients and projects managed by the firm. The firm now has 3,600 square-feet of space with dedicated developer work environments and space for its 12 full-time employees. With the additional space, Mediasation is prepared to hire at least five employees in the coming months.

“Our objective is to have a comfortable work environment with dedicated room for our developers, designers, and project managers to work efficiently,” says Ryan Beck, principal of Mediasation. “As importantly, we have the space we need to host our clients in a professional atmosphere, using technology to present ideas and applications. The new work environment has already been a clear benefit to us and our clients, enabling us to better showcase our solutions each step of the way.”

In addition to web design and content management services, Mediasation offers custom application development for more extensive or complex needs. Mediasation’s office is located at 3453 Pelham Road.

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Technology, Media, Business Services, Advertising & PR



Primary Location

Greenville, SC

Primary Category

Advertising & PR

Number of Employees 15
Year Founded 2002
Number of Releases 20
Phone 864-627-1676
Fax 864-555-1212
PR Contact Ryan Beck

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Company Profile
Founded in 2002 in Greenville, SC, Mediasation specializes in custom Web development and content management systems. Solutions range from Web site design, hosting, and e-commerce to content management and custom applications. The company's flagship product, the Mediasation CMS, combines a WYSIWYG editor with an easy-to-use interface, creating a content management system that virtually anyone can use. By enabling companies to manage their Web site content in-house, Mediasation helps eliminate the high costs traditionally associated with creating and maintaining Web sites. More information can be found at