MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester high-tech ecosystem is expanding to include Lebanon-based FlowTraq, which is renovating a millyard space at 155 Dow St. as its new headquarters.
Vincent Berk, CEO of FlowTraq says he sees Manchester as the “epicenter” of high-tech wheeling and dealing based on the company’s networking habits, which inevitably involve theQueen City.
“It became clear to me that FlowTraq would benefit from being here. We are thrilled to be joining this technology ecosystem,” Berk said in a company announcement that went out on Feb. 28.
FlowTraq describes itself as a provider ofnetwork security and DDoS mitigation management software solutionsfor organizations and represents “major enterprises, government contractors, and universities.”
The companysays it’s following the lead of other tech companies, including Sitecore, Dyn/Oracle, AutoDesk, and DEKA,by “going where the talent is,” and tapping the university pool of recent graduates looking for that first important post-college position to launch their careers.