The latest happenings at Blue Chip.

Blue Chip Opens New Headquarters to Accommodate Growth


Blue Chip proudly opened the doors to its new headquarters at 6000 Lombardo Center in Seven Hills on Monday, March 13.

The 12,000 square-foot office environment features modern design, next-generation technology and state-of-the-art amenities.

“We're investing in our future and our team with a new facility,” said Jim Peelman, CEO at Blue Chip. “Our new headquarters will support our growing workforce, and our commitment to technical innovation and IT leadership in the Midwest. The office will serve as a headquarters for day-to-day operations, as well as a venue for industry events that will help companies solve the IT problems they face.”

From 2014 to 2017, Blue Chip grew its workforce by 55%, including expansion into Kentucky and Tennessee. The company's development of a rewarding and high-energy work environment earned them a place on The Cleveland Plain Dealer’s 'Top 100 Workplaces' list in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

To assist with the new headquarters, and support local job growth, the City of Seven Hills provided an economic development grant to Blue Chip.​

Jones, Lange & LaSalle, and Dalad Property Group facilitated Blue Chip's move. Cleveland-based architecture firm, Vocon​, designed the new space.



​​Blue Chip Grows National Footprint, Expands into Louisville, KY​

Blue Chip is proud to announce its expansion into Louisville, Kentucky. 

With the acceleration of large enterprises investing in Microsoft technologies, the need for companies to implement and optimize these technologies is on the rise. As a Microsoft Managed Gold Partner, Blue Chip is recognized as one of the top technology integrators in the country. By leveraging Microsoft products and services, Blue Chip helps companies realize an agile infrastructure, predictable cost model and secure enterprise. 

“Blue Chip is committed to helping Fortune 1000 companies maximize their investments in Microsoft and move to the cloud. Louisville-based companies are no exception. We’re excited about the partnership opportunities in Louisville and the ability to provide local account management to our clients,” said Jim Peelman, CEO at Blue Chip. 

Blue Chip has added two employees to assist with the expansion into Louisville. 

Marshall Fall will join Blue Chip as a Manager of Business Development. In this role, Fall will grow and manage client accounts. James Tomlin will join Blue Chip as a Managing Consultant. In this role, Tomlin will work one-on-one with Fortune 1000 companies to maximize their investments in Microsoft technologies.

“James and I look forward to bringing years of Microsoft experience and industry knowledge to client engagements in the Louisville area,” said Fall.​