By Sean Cutright
RISMEDIA, Dec. 19, 2007-Canton, Ohio-based Delta Media Group broke ground last week on their new headquarters, a state-of-the-art 30,000 square foot building complete with corporate offices and one of the state’s most advanced data hosting centers.
Delta Media Group is a national leader in real estate technology that builds and hosts Web sites and online infrastructures for over 30,000 real estate agents in 46 states across the country.
“Our new headquarters is a direct result of the tremendous growth we’ve had over the years,” Delta Media Group president Mike Minard said.
The building will implement state-of-the-art technological advantages that will help Delta Media Group support their past and future growth.
“We have been blessed with growth, and we are continuing to add infrastructure to support it,” Minard said.
According to the company, Delta Media Group’s growth has spawned from their passion to help real estate companies grow. Delta Media Group’s real estate Web applications are among the top tools in the industry to help real estate brokerages drive growth, both through sales and recruiting. Many Delta Media Group customers experience double-digit lead conversion ratios, and generate more gross commission income from their Web system than any single sales office.
“We build a real estate marketing arm that can help drive business to brokerages, and that’s essential in today’s market,” said Jonathan Blood, Vice President of Delta Media Group. “As more and more buyers are going online to find homes, Delta Media Group is maximizing ways to capture and incubate those buyers, and helping brokerages administrate that field of leads and analytics, converting more prospects to sales.”
Delta Media Group’s 7,000 square foot data hosting center will be among the largest and most advanced in Ohio. It will hold nearly 300 server cabinet enclosures, will have 640 megabits of available bandwidth upon opening, and will reach the same diversification level of the largest search engines in the world.
“We were frustrated with the lack of available data center resources in our market,” Minard said. “With the data center we are building, we aim to attract other technology companies to the Canton/Akron marketplace, and provide current companies in the area an additional resource for their business.”
The company says that Delta Media Group’s building will be a Class A+ structure featuring an elegantly designed two-story atrium, skylights, 14-foot ceilings, advanced modern security systems, Level Seven diversification, and full 24/7/365 back-up power supported by multiple generators.
For more information, visit www.deltagroup.com.