The company moves into a $62 million dollar campus in Little Rock this week.
After looking into a number of other cities Little Rock was selected based on tax incentives.
The president and CEO told KARK they're looking forward to bringing the 600 employees into one location.
"Trying to shoehorn in all our special needs into facilities that were not constructed to meet our special needs, has always been a challenge for us," said Nick Brown. "So it's very nice to move into a facility that's custom built for us."
The ribbon cutting for the facility was this afternoon and employees are expected to move in later this week.