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PayScale Opens New Office in Louisville, Rounding Out Seattle, Denver and Cary Points of Presence

LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today PayScale, Inc., the world’s leading provider of precise, on-demand compensation data and software, announced its new office in Louisville, KY. The new office, together with its headquarters in Seattle, WA, and offices in Denver, CO and Cary, NC, provides PayScale with a presence in four cities, supporting its 440 employees nationwide.

The new Louisville office is located in the heart of the city’s central business district where other disruptive technology companies are located. PayScale’s Louisville office is opening following the 2017 strategic partnership with Mercer, with Mercer leveraging PayScale’s compensation platform for its enterprise customers to help them ensure they are pricing talent fairly and accurately.  With the Louisville office, PayScale will be better positioned to serve the needs of its more than 6,500 business customers across the U.S.

“We are extraordinarily excited to be launching our presence in Louisville, joining other technology industry leaders who value all that this city offers employers and employees alike,” commented PayScale CEO Mike Metzger.  “We look forward to PayScale’s continued momentum and growth as well as becoming an integral part of the Louisville community.”

About PayScale:
PayScale offers modern compensation software and the most accurate, real-time, data-driven insights for employees and employers alike. More than 6,500 customers, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, use PayScale to power pay decisions for more than 16 million employees. These companies include Dish Network, Getty Images, Skullcandy, Time Warner, T-Mobile, Macy’s, Kayak, Sunsweet, UnitedHealth Group, Stihl, GoDaddy and Wendy’s. For more information, please visit: or follow PayScale on Twitter:

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