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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Webtrends plans to move its headquarters to another downtown Portland building, consolidating operations onto a single floor of the U.S. Bancorp Tower.

Webtrends, which employs about 225 on four floors of its current offices in the Pacific First Center on Southwest 6th Ave., will move into one floor of its new home in February.

"The single footprint, all on the same floor, is a really big issue for us. We're pretty fragmented where we are now," said Webtrends chief executive Alex Yoder.

Read more at OregonLive.com.



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