FL: IT Co., NeoSystems, to Locate in Orange County, Create 37 Jobs
8 Jan, 2015
NeoSystems Corp., a professional services and technology company specializing in business process outsourcing of accounting/finance, HR, and IT operations, will create a presence in Orange County, creating more than 37 new jobs over the next three years and also making a $424,000 capital investment in the region.
Enterprise Florida President and CEO Gray Swoope said, “Florida’s IT industry continues to grow and companies like NeoSystems are important to that growth. Their new location in Orlando will add important value to the region and this expanding sector. More and more, high-tech specialty companies are choosing Florida for their next location because of the state’s top workforce, infrastructure and strong partnerships. I congratulate NeoSystems on their success and look forward to their growth.”
“We are extremely excited to welcome NeoSystems to our community. Their new, remote services center adds to Orange County’s growing cluster of business service companies,” said Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs. “With our first class quality of life and skilled workforce, NeoSystems is poised for success in Central Florida.”
Michael Tinsley, founder, president and CEO of NeoSystems Corp. said, “NeoSystems is thrilled to announce that we will open our first-ever Managed Accounting Services and IT Operations Center that will serve a critical business-to-business, enabling role for U.S. companies. Our new Orlando Operations Center will perform highly specialized accounting functions and IT services for NeoSystems clients so that our customers can focus more intently on their core business. All of us at NeoSystems are grateful to the Orlando EDC for their support and dynamic leadership. We selected Orlando because of the vibrant business community, pro-commerce environment and the immense pool of accounting and information technology talent in the area.”
“We’re pleased to add NeoSystems’ to the growing list of companies who are selecting Orlando for their new location as their business grows,” said Rick Weddle, president and CEO of the Orlando Economic Development Commission. “This expansion highlights the phenomenal growth we’ve seen in advanced business services which I hope continues to see significant gains in 2015.”
Orange County, Valencia College, Enterprise Florida and the Orlando Economic Development Commission collaborated on this project.
NeoSystems Corp., based in Tysons Corner, Virginia, delivers strategic back office services and solutions for government contractors, nonprofit organizations, and commercial entities. Utilizing best of breed technology and leveraging in-depth expertise in Accounting & Finance, Human Capital Management, Hosting (SOC1/SOC2, FISMA) , and Information Technology, our team helps companies improve vital operations, reduce their overhead costs and become compliant with complex federal requirements. We enable our clients to grow, become more profitable, efficient, and better equipped to win new business. For the fifth consecutive year in a row, NeoSystems has been named one of America’s fastest growing private companies by Inc. Magazine. For more information, visit www.neosystemscorp.com
Orlando Economic Development Commission (EDC) is a not-for-profit, public-private partnership that attracts, retains and grows jobs for the region. The EDC serves Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola counties and the City of Orlando in Florida. Since its start in 1977, the EDC, with the support of its community partners, has assisted thousands of companies locate and expand in the four-county Orlando region. For more information, visit www.OrlandoEDC.com.