Deloitte Consulting LLP will expand its U.S. Technology Delivery Center in the Orlando, Fla. region creating up to 850 new jobs over the next four years and making a capital investment of $24 million in Seminole County. This expansion comes just two years after the company announced it would locate in Lake Mary and hire 1,000 positions. Deloitte, one of the largest professional services firms in the world, is once again seeking software development, system analyst and information technology employees.Learn More
HostDime.com, Inc., a global leader in data center infrastructure, broke ground on a new 88,000 square foot data center in the town of Eatonville. The groundbreaking is the first step in constructing a seven story world-class data center and corporate office for HostDime.com, Inc. Founded in 2003, HostDime has been part of the Orlando community since its inception and currently employs 120 staff locally in the area. At capacity, the new facility will house 200 employees.Learn More
Massachusetts-based Granite Telecommunications, LLC, a provider of communications solutions to businesses, opened a new office in Orlando creating 54 new, high-wage jobs over two years.Learn More
SquareTrade®, a highly rated protection plan trusted by millions of customers, is expanding and opening its second U.S. location in Orlando. The office already has 120 full-time employees and will reach a total of 180 employees by the end of the year. SquareTrade has also made a $546,000 capital investment to the region.
Since 1999, SquareTrade has protected mobile devices, laptops, tablets and other consumer electronics and applications from drops, spills and the mishaps of its customers’ everyday lives. Employees in the Orlando office represent SquareTrade’s Customer Experience team, which is devoted to delivering top-notch customer service.Learn More
Information Technology (IT) – it’s a broad term that encompasses everything from server warehouses to healthcare diagnostics. In fact, any time technology merges with vital information that needs to be stored, maintained and recalled, IT is at the forefront. Taking IT’s responsibility one step further, all this information must be kept safe and secure from fraudulent activity and IT companies today are expected to provide the utmost reliability to their customers.
One way IT industry leaders can stay competitive is by having a business location that includes a supportive tech ecosystem as well as high quality infrastructure/connectivity that runs throughout the business area. IT companies like Orion Technology Services, MDSL, Neosystems and ITyX who have recently announced locating in Orlando, have discovered that the region has a robust supportive tech community and a high quality infrastructure/connectivity in place.Learn More
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