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September 4, 2015

Information Technology

CoastalCloud

| 9/27/2013
Information Technology

CoastalCloud, a firm providing analysis, programming and training to small and large companies seeking to take advantage of cloud computing capabilities, is expending $3.15 million to construct a 30,000-sq.-ft. headquarters facility in Flagler County and create 98 new jobs.

“CoastalCloud needed a strong technical talent pool, a robust technology infrastructure — very high-speed Internet access and highly reliable power — and an exceptional quality of life to attract and retain top-notch talent. We found it all in Florida, along with a growing number of companies embracing the cloud-based solutions we implement.”

— Tim Hale
Managing Partner
CoastalCloud

High Tech Means High Value for Florida Companies

  • 3rd largest state for high-tech companies
  • 3rd largest exporter of high-tech products
  • 5th in high-tech employment (270,000+ talent pool)
  • 25,000 IT companies, including industry leaders Citrix, Jabil Circuit, IBM, Motorola, Symantec, Authentec, Electronic Arts

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