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OH: Seamless.AI Expands in the Columbus Region, Creating 75 New Jobs

30 Jul, 2020


Seamless.AI, an artificial intelligence sales automation software company, has announced plans to grow its headquarters in the Columbus Region, creating 75 new jobs. The company is currently hiring for sales professionals, software engineers and developers, and customer service representatives.
 
Seamless.AI is headquartered at 438 E. Wilson Bridge Road in Worthington and expects to finalize its new location in the Columbus Region in the coming weeks to accommodate its growing headcount and customer base. Seamless.AI’s exponential year-over-year growth has allowed the company to renew its investment in the Region. The company’s new headcount will focus on innovation, product engineering, customer acquisition and customer success.
 
“We are looking to triple the headcount here at the company over the next 6-12 months,” said Seamless.AI CEO and Founder Brandon Bornancin. “As an emerging SaaS company, we are in the midst of a major hiring spree and truly believe our talented employees are our number one asset. Despite these uncertain economic times, we are thrilled to have laid off zero employees and continue to be thriving here in Columbus, Ohio.”
 
Founded in 2015, Seamless.AI is a Columbus-based artificial intelligence startup that has developed the world’s first and only real-time search engine for B2B contact information. The company’s artificial intelligence platform delivers top sales leads, helping salespeople, marketers and entrepreneurs connect. The company has more than doubled its headcount in the past year to nearly 100 employees, boasting local and remote employees from across the United States.
 
“Seamless.AI is an Ohio startup that is advancing the artificial intelligence space globally with talent from the Columbus Region,” said JobsOhio President and CEO J.P. Nauseef. “The creativity and innovation of Ohioans will continue to play an essential role in driving the success of Seamless.AI’s trailblazing breakthroughs in A.I.”
 
The Columbus Region is home to billion-dollar unicorn startups and 17 Fortune 1000 headquarters, including five Fortune 500 headquarters. It has a variety of resources available to assist entrepreneurial enterprises to start and grow their businesses.
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