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CompuTech City Announces New Facility in Longwood
Orlando, Fla. – CompuTech City, a local medical IT services company, is expanding operations and breaking ground today on its new state-of-the-art company headquarter facility in Longwood. The expansion will result in 35 new, high-wage jobs over the next three years and a capital investment of $2,500,000.
Located on a two-acre site, the company’s new 10,000-square-foot building is expected to be complete in the fall. The state-of-the-art facility will feature over 250 solar panels, open concept to maximize natural light, and will incorporate warehouse, workplace and community spaces.
“For 15 years, we have successfully provided medical IT services - this expansion represents just that. CompuTech City’s modern and environmentally friendly headquarters were custom designed with our employees’ feedback and technology needs in mind. Our headquarters are a reality, due to the trust of our clients and the hard work of our team - and for that we are grateful. Happy employees, happy clients,” said Saurin Patel, CompuTech City’s CEO (pictured above).
Currently headquartered in Seminole County, CompuTech City specializes in IT services for the medical industry. The company provides managed services, network security, medical billing, cloud/hosting services, HIPAA compliance, EMR support, project management and other IT solutions, to its more than 600 clients.
The Orlando Economic Partnership (EP) worked with the company to provide connections to vital partners including the State of Florida, Enterprise Florida, Seminole County and the City of Longwood.
“CompuTech is a great company that recognizes Seminole County as an exceptional place to locate its people and capital. We are thrilled the company is expanding here,” said Seminole County Chairman John Horan.
"We welcome CompuTech City to Longwood as they join the growing number of firms and businesses that are choosing to call Longwood home,” said Longwood Mayor Joe Durso. “The impact to our community of nearly $4 million in annual economic output and the creation of over 50 permanent jobs in STEM careers cannot be understated. We look forward to working with the CompuTech City team as they continue to grow in the coming years."