RoadSync, an innovative digital financial platform for the logistics industry, announces the opening of its new flagship office in Midtown Atlanta. The move comes after the company recently closed a $30M Series B round of investment funding.

“RoadSync is a success story straight from the Atlanta startup community, beginning with our incubation at Georgia Tech’s ATDC and sustained through the excellent support, resources, and great talent that Atlanta provides,” said Kevin Phillips, CFO of RoadSync. “Atlanta has always been home, but we are thrilled to firmly establish RoadSync in Midtown Atlanta as we continue to accelerate the development of our expanding product suite and continue recruitment of top talent.”

The move to Midtown Atlanta places RoadSync in the heart of Atlanta’s innovative startup community. Working alongside Cushman & Wakefield, RoadSync secured a 31,328-square-foot space at 715 Peachtree that reflects its vision for a future ripe with growth opportunity.

“The chase for talent has compelled real estate to be a primary strategic component for growth and success, and Midtown remains a dominant submarket to attract and retain employees,” said Addison Meriwether of Cushman & Wakefield. “The leadership at RoadSync has been incredibly focused and deliberate about creating the optimal workplace experience, which will have a lasting effect.”

Midtown was the preferred location for RoadSync, as it provides a vital transport and supply chain connection for the metro area.

“Midtown Atlanta continues to stand apart as a location of choice with its robust transportation network, quality amenities and globally-ranked anchor institutions,” said Midtown Alliance President and CEO Kevin Green. “Our innovation ecosystem gets even stronger with companies like RoadSync planting their flag and growing their presence here.”

RoadSync’s innovative payment products offer more ways for drivers, brokers, carriers, warehouses and merchants to realize quick and easy transactions, automating the payment process across all facets of the supply chain.