An exterior view of the Paloma Ridge office park. Parent company ZP Better Together LLC and its two divisions, ZVRS and Purple Communications, relocated its headquarters here from California.

AUSTIN, Texas, Jan.28, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – ZVRS and Purple Communications, divisions of ZP Better Together, LLC (ZP), a leading provider of communications solutions for the deaf and hard of hearing community, announced today the relocation of its corporate headquarters to Austin, TX, from Rocklin, California. Beginning January 28, 2021, ZP’s headquarters move will expand its presence in the workspace in dynamic and fast-growing Austin Northwest and feature innovative DeafSpace design and architecture that puts the deaf community and deaf experience in the foreground.

ZP’s move brings 150 of the nation’s leading communications solutions leader’s 2,800 employees to the Paloma Ridge campus in Austin with a goal of supporting and connecting with the city’s densely populated and vibrant Deaf community. growth. Several Austin-based companies, Sixthriver, NOVO Construction and Lincoln Property Company, team up for the relocation; Stream Realty Partners, based in Dallas, and Ascentris, real estate owner based in Colorado. ZP’s new corporate headquarters are located at Paloma Ridge, 13620 N FM 620, Austin, TX 78717.

“Austin is one of the most deafest cities in our country and a growing technology and business hub,” said Sherri Turpin, CEO of ZP. “We can’t think of a better home for our new headquarters and we are very happy to strengthen our presence in Texas. This move will allow ZP to tap into a dynamic workforce, attract more Deaf talent, accelerate our technological innovations and support an incredible community of people who share our passion and commitment for access to languages ​​and communication.

ZP has a national staff of sign language interpreters and the base of ZP non-interpreter employees is 72% deaf and hard of hearing. Turpin’s top priority was securing a new home that crystallized a deaf-friendly design and architectural philosophy known as DeafSpace. The move also places ZP in a center of technological talent to create advancements in video communication and build relationships with deaf and business communities.