Vology Expansion Creating 200 Tech Jobs In Florida

The managed IT service provider will invest $3.75M at the Bay Vista Office Park in the City of Largo.

Vology is expanding and will create up to 200 jobs in the City of Largo, FL over the next two to four years. The expansion will allow the managed IT service provider to accommodate its growing number of employees and a new Network Operations Center. The project is expected to create a $3.75 million capital investment and will encompass 60,000 square feet of space in the Bay Vista Office Park.

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Vology manages more than 100,000 devices at over 20,000 nationwide customer sites and has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies for 11 consecutive years. The company hired 80 new staff members last year and currently employs 420 people across the U.S., 310 of whom are located in Pinellas County, FL.

“We’re proud to welcome Governor Rick Scott today to celebrate our growth and our continued investments in the Tampa Bay community,” Barry Shevlin, CEO of Vology, said at the announcement. “We appreciate the governor’s support creating a business environment that helps our company grow and we look forward to welcoming even more Floridians to the Vology team in the years to come.”

Pinellas County, in partnership with Enterprise Florida and the City of Largo, competed against locations in Texas during the selection process to retain the expanding company in the community.

“Companies like Vology know they can count on Florida’s talented workforce, the state’s strong infrastructure and business-friendly environment to fuel their growth,” said Cissy Proctor, Executive Director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. “Vology’s expansion is great news for local job seekers and the Tampa Bay area. I’m proud of our partners for their hard work to secure Vology’s commitment to grow in Florida.”

“We are proud to support the expansion of Vology in one of Pinellas County’s largest tech hotspots, the Bay Vista office complex in Largo,” said City of Largo Mayor Woody Brown. “We are excited that the company is adding jobs, expanding our local economy and bringing their talent to our community. We hope that their expansion will be a catalyst for other tech companies to expand into Largo’s market. Thank you for selecting Largo and we look forward to your continued success.”

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