Pegasus TransTech moves corporate offices

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Updated Jan 28, 2010

 Pegasus TransTech moved its corporate headquarters Monday, Jan. 25, into one of Tampa Bay’s first LEED Certified Buildings, Corporate Center Four at International Plaza, 4301 W. Boy Scout Blvd.

LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a set of standards for energy efficient, environmentally friendly structures. Corporate Center Four is an eight-story Class A office building in the Westshore area next to International Plaza. In addition to Pegasus TransTech’s corporate offices, the tower also houses its new, advanced corporate data center. “We expect our new corporate offices and state-of-the-art data center to provide excellent working conditions for our employees and world-class service for our customers,” says Bob Helms, Pegasus TransTech chairman and chief executive officer.

Pegasus TransTech Corp. helps transportation companies go paperless, improve operating efficiency, increase profit and drive consistent, repeatable results by strategically creating images, electronic forms and enterprise Workflow Solutions. Transflo Express truckstop scanning from Pegasus TransTech provides same-day access to delivery documents, speeding cash flow and reducing costs. Pegasus TransTech says that with its long-term commitment to environmentally green products and services, the move to occupy LEED certified office space was a natural decision.

The office building has been certified through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design’s Green Building rating system – a nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high-performance green buildings.