FIS Commits to Cincinnati as a Strategic Technology and Innovation Campus

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 22, 2020 – Financial services technology leader FIS™ (NYSE: FIS) and the State of Ohio announced today that the company plans to solidify its presence in Cincinnati as a Strategic Technology and Innovation Campus.The campus in Governor’s Hill, in Symmes Township, Ohio, ...

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Cincinnati-Based Real Estate Technology Provider SentriLock Announces Expansion Due to Unprecedented Demand

West Chester, Ohio (May 24, 2021) – SentriLock, LLC, the leading real estate lockbox, showing service, and experience management solution provider, today announced its plans to add 79 new jobs over the next three years, and to invest $4.3 million in the Cincinnati region. SentriLock plans to hire assembly ...

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Technology

IT businesses—from software, to internet services, to data security, hosting and consulting—find our region a great place to grow. Thanks to a cost-competitive operating environment, a strong talent pipeline, and a low cost of living, IT and tech employment here has increased by more than 12% in five years. As an incubator of growth and innovation, the Cincinnati region is positioned to support your business.

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Supply Chain Technology

The Cincinnati region is a hub of innovation—an ideal setting to support the promise of cloud-based digital management systems and automation in supply chain and transportation management. This, combined with a low cost of living, high quality of life, and affordable class-A real estate space, provides a recipe for success for a growing list of smart supply chain and transportation tech companies.

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Kroger Approved for 15-year Data Center Tax Exemption by Ohio Tax Credit Authority

Cincinnati, Ohio – The Kroger Family of Companies (NYSE: KR) today announced the Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved a 75%, 15-year data center sales tax exemption for all technology equipment purchased for Kroger’s two data centers and a supporting technology facility respectively located in ...

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Strength in Early Adoption: How Greater Cincy companies, apps and disruptive tech are building IoT infrastructure

The clearest difference between the Internet as we know it, and the fast-growing Internet of Things (IoT), is in the name: IoT applies to anything that is both connected to the Internet and has a tangible, real-life presence. That includes everything from your apartment’s Nest thermostat to the FitBit ...

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Why Economic Developers Should Care About Their Startup Ecosystems

At a fireside chat with Cintrifuse’s Wendy Lea, cofounder of America Online (AOL) and billionaire venture capitalist Steve Case had some bold words to share:“Disruption is going to hit [big companies] in the face.” Case is making a point to invest in communities like Greater Cincinnati ...

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Apprenticeships in Ohio: Addressing the Manufacturing Talent Gap

Automation is the buzzword of 2017. Changing technology is generally seen as a good thing – lowering costs, shortening production times and making life easier in almost every respect. The pressure to automate is especially high in countries like the United States, where a decline in working-age population ...

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Defense Contractor Investing in Monroe for Next Phase of Growth

CINCINNATI, OHIO – OCTOBER 13, 2021 – NuWaves Engineering, in collaboration with REDI Cincinnati, JobsOhio and with the support of the City of Monroe, announced plans to add eight new full-time equivalent jobs and invest $445,000 to expand its products and services for its growing client base throughout ...

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InfoTrust to nearly triple workforce in Blue Ash

Digital analytics consulting and technology company InfoTrust announced it aims to nearly triple the workforce in its Blue Ash headquarters over the next three years. InfoTrust currently employs 35 associates in Blue Ash. CEO Alex Yastrebenetsky said the company has been steadily expanding its footprint ...

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