FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
TAMPA, Fla. – April 3, 2017 – Today, Governor Rick Scott announced that Continuity Logic, a leading governance management Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider, is relocating its corporate headquarters from Fairfield, New Jersey to Tampa. The company will create 30 new, high-wage jobs by the end of 2019 and invest more than $180,000 in the local community. The jobs will pay an average salary of $95,878 – roughly 200% of Florida’s average annual wage – and include sales, software development, quality assurance, management and technical support positions.
Continuity Logic’s new headquarters will occupy nearly 4,000 square feet in the Park Tower Building in downtown Tampa, located at 400 N. Tampa Street.
“Thanks to Governor Scott and Mayor Buckhorn, we are proud to call Tampa our new home,” said Tejas Katwala, chief executive officer and co-founder, Continuity Logic. “Continuity Logic is focused on making software people love, empowering their enterprise resilience. Our headquarters in Tampa will play an invaluable role in our ability to better serve our customers. Tampa offers a lifestyle like none other for our employees and the easy-to-access airport makes it convenient to travel to our clients around the globe. We are looking forward to adding the top talent in the Tampa Bay Area to our team and becoming a part of the community.”
Continuity Logic was cited as a “Leader” by Gartner in the 2016 Magic Quadrant for Business Continuity Management Planning Software (BCMP) for the third consecutive year. The most recent ranking in 2016 recognized the company for the most completeness of vision in the industry. Continuity Logic’s clients include Fortune 500 companies in financial services, energy and utilities and several global conglomerates.
The Continuity Logic Enterprise BCMP solution automates the business impact and risk analysis process, plan management, exercising, incident management, change management, and reporting. The easy to use and simple to deploy solution adapts quickly to the changing business environment, helping customers improve business agility while reducing their BCMP cost.
“As a cutting-edge technology company, not only will Continuity Logic add hi-tech jobs to our community but I believe their industry leading business continuity and risk management software will help many of our companies and organizations in Tampa be more resilient,” said Mayor Bob Buckhorn, City of Tampa.
The project was made possible through strong partnerships between Enterprise Florida, the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation, Hillsborough County, the City of Tampa and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.
Continuity Logic joins an impressive roster of technology-centric companies that have chosen Tampa and Hillsborough County for their corporate or regional headquarters, including BlueLine Associates, Velocity Resource Group, BlueGrace Logistics, Tribridge, Ashley Furniture Industries’ Ashcomm, Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Cohesion. Florida is already home to nearly 3,000 headquarters offices, and is the 4th largest economy in the U.S.
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the Careers page of Continuity Logic’s web site, http://www.continuitylogic.com/company/#careers.
Continuity Logic is trusted by Enterprise CIOs, CROs, and CISOs to manage critical governance processes faster and easier, drive more accountability, and take advantage of new insights to protect and enhance the value of their organization. From the board room to frontline workers, Continuity Logic’s software platform is the most advanced in the market to manage and connect business continuity, risk, and compliance programs. Continuity Logic assists customers around the globe in improving resiliency and business agility while reducing their Business Continuity Management Planning costs.
Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI) is a partnership between Florida’s businesses and government leaders and is the principal economic development organization for Florida. EFI facilitates job growth through recruitment and retention, international trade and exporting, promotion of sporting events, and capital funding programs to assist small and minority businesses. EFI launched “Florida – The Future is Here” to promote the state as the nation’s premier business destination.
Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation is the lead designated economic development agency for Hillsborough County and the cities of Tampa, Plant City and Temple Terrace. A partnership between the public sector and private corporate investors, the EDC works to develop and sustain a thriving local economy through the attraction, retention and expansion of high-wage jobs and capital investment within targeted industry sectors, including Corporate Headquarters, Financial and Shared Services, Life Sciences, Defense and Security, and Manufacturing.
The Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation exists because of the generous support of over 100 corporations, Hillsborough County, and the cities of Tampa, Plant City and Temple Terrace.
Hillsborough County, Florida is the commercial and industrial heart of Tampa Bay. The fourth largest county in the state of Florida, Hillsborough is home to nearly 1.3 million residents, with thousands more arriving each year. Its strength is drawn from being one of the most advanced economies and having one of the most educated workforces in the state. Hillsborough County and its three municipalities –Tampa, Plant City, and Temple Terrace — offer a competitive business environment and an abundance of regional assets including Port Tampa Bay, Tampa International Airport, and MacDill Air Force Base. County government is focused on creating economic prosperity for residents and businesses throughout the area.
Aakash Patel / Elevate Inc. 850-591-0208 / email@example.com
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