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Sesame Communications moves headquarters to Seattle

Sesame Communications is moving into the Reedo Building, a modern facility in Seattle’s SoDo district.

Wed. 13 January 2010


Washington-based Web services provider Sesame Communications, known as a dental industry pioneer in online patient connection systems, recently announced it is moving its offices to Seattle, with the goal of elevating operational efficiencies.

The company will move into a 12,000-square-foot office space in the Reedo Building, a modern facility in the heart of SoDo.

Recognized as the 36th fastest growing company in Washington state by Puget Sound Business Journal in 2009, Sesame has grown to over 80 team members (60 of them in Seattle), necessitating the move to a new, expansive facility.

“Tukwila and Renton have been good to us our first 10 years,” Frith Maier, CEO, said in a press release announcing the change. “The move to the new office is a great step for Sesame. It gives our talented team the creative space they need to collaborate on the smartest ways for dentists to find and stay connected with patients.”

Sesame locates its servers in a secure data center, thus the transition to Seattle will not affect Sesame services in any way, the company said.

In order to safeguard and facilitate member communications through the transition, the full member services team is available to respond to support request emails at The company also added one more way for members to get instant answers, via its new live chat service.

Starting January 18, 2010 the new contact information for Sesame Communications will be 542 First Ave. South, Suite 300, Seattle, WA 98104.

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