Software company moving headquarters to Beloit
BELOIT Comply365, a software design and development company, is relocating its headquarters to downtown Beloit.
The company will lease more than 4,000 square feet of office space in the Ironworks Campus. Established in 2007, Comply365 designs software platforms and applications that streamline documentation, training, compliance and workflow, according to a press release.
"The economics of Ironworks, coupled with its appealing high-tech environment for employees and clients alike, matched our location requirements. Wisconsin's favorable business climate and its coordinated economic development approach were important factors, as well," said CEO Kerry Frank in the press release.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation facilitated the move through tax credits for the company.
"With each technology-orientated project announcement, the Janesville-Beloit MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area) continues to demonstrate that it's ready for these types of investments," said Rock County Economic Development Manager James Otterstein in the press release.
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