Revel Systems, the world’s leading iPad Point of Sale platform, today announced it has expanded operations into Arizona through a new Scottsdale office. The company will create 160 new jobs during the next three years to drive its global sales growth.
San Francisco-based Zenefits, the free, cloud-based human resources technology company that automates and eliminates time-consuming paperwork for small and medium-sized businesses, announced plans to create more than 1,300 new full-time jobs with the launch of its new office in Scottsdale, Ariz.
California-based Silicon Valley Bank today announced its continued expansion in Arizona, with the addition of 250 jobs at its Tempe corporate operations over the next three years. Additionally, the company has committed to lend or invest $100 million to tech and life science companies based in Arizona over the next five years.
AZCentral.com • 07.30.2014
The California bank expands in Arizona and plans to boost innovation in the state by making $100 million available to high-growth companies.
Weebly, a global service that lets everyone create a high-quality website, has signed a 25,000-square-foot office lease in Scottsdale, Ariz., for the company’s North American customer operations headquarters. Weebly plans to bring more than 250 new positions to the city over the next three years.
AZ Tech Beat • 06.4.2014
Weebly, a global service that lets everyone create a high-quality website, has signed a 25,000-square-foot office lease in Scottsdale, Ariz., for the company’s North American customer operations headquarters.
The City North Project near Desert Ridge has had its share of ups and downs. Plenty of office space, but this is definitely good news. Gigya will be moving in to the third floor and they'll start with 50 employees, but within a couple years, they will staff it up to 200.
Gigya, a California-based company that provides data and online services to other businesses, has opened Phoenix offices and expects to add up to 200 jobs here, officials said Tuesday.
With Governor Jan Brewer, the City of Phoenix and the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA), Silicon Valley-based Gigya, the Connected Consumer Management Suite, announced today it has selected Arizona as the site of its corporate expansion after a multi-state competitive process.
Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), financial partner to the innovation sector and the premium wine industry, is expanding its operations to Arizona, creating hundreds of well-paying, financial sector jobs in the state over the next few years. SVB will open a new IT and operations facility in Tempe in 2012 to support its continued growth.