Qualified Tech Talent Sparks New Intelliteach Investment in Ohio
Company CEO impressed by the number of qualified applicants
Published: Mon Jan 27 2020
Company Name: Intelliteach
Industry Sector: Technology
Company Profile: Intelliteach is the leading global provider of intelligent outsourcing solutions to more than 300 firms in the legal and accounting markets specializing in accounts receivable management, e-billing, IT service desk and IT managed services.
Company Website: www.intelliteach.com
- Type of Project: New location
- Jobs committed: 132
Over the last 18 months, Intelliteach has made major advancements in its offerings to the legal industry within its integrated managed services. The company sought a new location for its ever-expanding IT service desk sales and support office. The proximity to a major airport and available workforce were important drivers for the company’s decision.
“When looking at locations for expansion, we quickly realized that Maumee was the right choice based on the strength of the community, number of qualified applicants and proximity to an international airport. We are looking forward to introducing ourselves to the community and to being part of the growth of the northwest Ohio business corridor.”
- Seelin Naidoo, CEO, Intelliteach
Intelliteach will expand in Maumee, a suburb of Toledo, where the company’s primary needs — quality workforce and airport proximity — can be met.
According to Naidoo, Intelliteach seeks to find “the best talent the industry has to offer,” which is a testament to Ohio’s high-quality tech workforce. Ohio has a multitude of colleges, universities and programs that train and prepare talent for the work of today and the demands of the future. Innovative tech companies ScriptDrop, auticon and Amify recently announced investments in Ohio.
In addition to housing the IT service desk, which offers support to medium- and large-sized law firms all over the world, the office will also house its managed financial services that focuses on enhancing the profitability of its client firms.
The Regional Growth Partnership, JobsOhio and the Ohio Development Services Agency