SC: EMS Support Services Firm to Create 24 Jobs in Spartanburg County
9 Dec, 2021
MP Cloud Technologies/EMTech, a cloud-based, emergency medical services (EMS) software and billing solutions company, plans to establish operations in Spartanburg County. The company’s $500,000 investment will create 24 new jobs in the downtown Spartanburg area.
MP Cloud Technologies/EMTech provides cloud-based software solutions and revenue cycle management (RCM) to support hundreds of private and municipal EMS providers across the U.S.
Locating to a soft-landing space at Spartanburg Community College’s downtown campus, MP Cloud Technologies/EMTech will be providing RCM services to over 100 EMS agencies. Healthcare claims specialists will make up the bulk of the workforce with supporting finance, human resources and administrative functions as well.
Operations are expected to be online later this month. Individuals interested in joining the MP Cloud Technologies/EMTech team should visit www.emtechbilling.com.
“Working with the team in Spartanburg has been tremendous. We looked at a half-dozen cities across the Southeast and nothing came close to what Spartanburg could offer when it comes to talent, teamwork, support and opportunities for growth.” -MP Cloud Technologies/EMTech CEO Rob Rodrigues
“South Carolina is experiencing tremendous growth in the tech-based office sector, and today’s announcement by MP Cloud Technologies/EMTech is yet another welcome addition to our state’s business community. We look forward to partnering with this great company for many years to come.” -Gov. Henry McMaster
“Team South Carolina congratulates MP Cloud Technologies/EMTech on their new operations in Spartanburg County. From our professional workforce to our robust technology network, South Carolina has become an ideal destination for corporate office operations.” -Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III
“The collaborative nature of Spartanburg absolutely helps us bring new economic development here. This investment by MP Cloud Technologies/EMTech is evidence of that, and further solidifies our efforts to diversify Spartanburg’s workforce and bring knowledge-based jobs downtown.” -Spartanburg County Councilman and Chairman of the Economic Development Committee David Britt
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