QuickFee is latest California-based company to relocate to Plano

Photo by QuickFee.
Headquarters Happenings: QuickFee is celebrating the grand opening of their new office after relocating from California.

Following a trend of corporate headquarters moving from California to North Texas, QuickFee will celebrate the grand opening of its new corporate headquarters in Plano next week.

Formerly headquartered in Los Angelos, QuickFee’s new North American headquarters is in a 101,000-square-foot office in Parkwood Place at 5601 Democracy Dr. QuickFee celebrated the grand opening this morning with comments from QuickFee’s North American president, Jennifer Warawa, and Plano Mayor John Muns; a ribbon cutting and an open house.

QuickFee is a payments partner for CPA and legal professionals. The company provides a convenient platform for professional service firms to accept online payments, offer financing and manage client invoices.

Ahead of the move, QuickFee hired a new chief technology officer earlier this month, Dave Moore, who previously worked at an Austin-based tech firm.

QuickFee Appoints Dave Moore as chief technology officer. Photo by QuickFee.

“I am honored to join QuickFee as Chief Technology Officer and look forward to driving innovation in the delivery of cutting-edge financial technology solutions to our clients in the professional services space,” Moore said in a press release. “QuickFee has a strong foundation, and I am excited to join the company at this inflection point in its growth trajectory.”


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