UTICA — A local software company is joining the ranks of about 30 other small businesses housed in a Broad Street building that General Electric once called home.
Covey Computer Software is moving into 901 Broad St., a former textile mill that was leased by GE decades ago. The business specializes in providing software solutions to help manufacturers streamline certain processes and eliminate paperwork.
CoveyCS found a home inside the approximately 550,000-square-foot facility after spending more than two years on Genesee Street near the Utica Rehabilitation & Nursing Center. While 2520 Genesee St. is great for individual offices, it was not optimal for working in large teams, said CoveyCS Vice President Andrew “Doc” Docherty. Its former location is now up for sale.
″(The Broad Street building), being open, allows us to easily collaborate,” he said. “Because of the space available in the building, we’re able to make it…
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