At least 60 high-tech jobs will be created during expansion.
Booz Allen Hamilton’s rising demand for its services drove the company to scale up its operations. It chose to grow in Beavercreek with a nearly 10,000 square-foot expansion that will include a new digital hub and secure space, and the company has committed 60 high-tech jobs.
Company invests more than $2.5 million to accommodate faster than projected growth
Vantage Point Logistics (VPL), a leader in supply chain technology solutions, is adding more employees and expanding its operations because it is surpassing its initial projected growth rate. VPL is investing more than $2.5 million to expand its operations in Columbus and create 80 jobs.
The Silicon Valley-based company cites talent, affordability and opportunity as draw.
Nexient is the nation’s leading provider of 100 percent, U.S.-based Agile software development services. The demand for its services has brought about major growth for the company and the need for a larger delivery center. In its search for a new location, Nexient decided that an investment in the Midwest, and in Central Ohio in particular, would have great benefits.
Site will serve as national hub for Tyler’s appraisal and tax services
Tyler Technologies has been recognized by Forbes as an innovative and fast-growing company. Tyler is at capacity at its headquarters in Moraine, Ohio. By expanding in Moraine, Tyler will create over 200 technology-related jobs and turn the facility into its national hub for its appraisal and tax operations.
Venture capital funding helps Olive re-invest in Ohio to best position it for the future
After receiving over $32 million in venture capital support, Olive had to prepare for considerable projected growth. Olive needed more space as well as high-tech talent to accommodate a strong demand for its product across the healthcare industry.
New law protects firms developing innovative uses for blockchain technology
On Aug. 3, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed legislation that will stimulate business investment in blockchain technology to transmit and store electronic records in a wide range of industries. The new law makes Ohio one of the first U.S. states to provide legal protection to firms developing new uses for this cutting-edge technology
MCPc opens two centers - one for large-scale cybersecurity operations and another for decommissioning computers
MCPc seizes opportunities in Northeast Ohio, including the launch of a highly secure facility for recycling computers as well as a cybersecurity operations center, which is close to a large concentration of companies that need it most. The company anticipates the need for additional talent, from entry-level positions upward.