Digital Reasoning Expanding HQ In Tennessee

Digital Reasoning will expand its current headquarters facility in Franklin, TN. As part of its continued expansion, the cognitive computing company will invest approximately $861,500 and create 189 jobs in Williamson County.

Digital ReasoningDigital Reasoning a cognitive computing and artificial intelligence software company that serves government agencies, financial institutions and healthcare. Digital Reasoning’s product Synthesys ®, allows these global organizations to listen to how humans communicate, learn from context and content within their data and prevent critical risks and reveal key insights to protect people and increase their effectiveness serving clients.

“We are proud of our new home here in Franklin, which provides a way forward for our continued growth and expansion,” said CEO of Digital Reasoning Tim Estes. “We greatly appreciate the help we received from the community, especially from the teams at the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and Honour, Inc., and are thrilled to be co-located with a superb company like Healthways whose culture is consistent with our own values. We hope to continue to be part of the great story of Tennessee emerging as a new global technology hub – particularly in the area of health information technology.”

Digital Reasoning will be moving into a 50,000-square-foot facility in Williamson County. The company chose to expand in Franklin because of the excellent quality of life it provides for its workforce, accelerating market demand and hospitable business climate.

“We thank Digital Reasoning for choosing to expand in Tennessee and for creating over 180 new jobs in Williamson County,” said Gov. Bill Haslam. “Our focus is to not only have a business climate that helps bring in new business to our state, but also to have businesses grow and excel here. We congratulate Digital Reasoning on today’s announcement which brings us closer toward our goal of making Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.”

“There are over 85,000 Tennesseans that work in the business service sector, and it is always great news when an innovative company like Digital Reasoning chooses to create new jobs for this sector and the state of Tennessee,” said Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd.

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