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Technology Company, TouchSuite, Doubles Workforce In Boca Raton, Florida

Area Development Online News Desk (02/28/2014)
A technology company, TouchSuite, plans to expand its Boca Raton, Florida, operations center and double its workforce, creating 50 new jobs in Palm Beach County.

“TouchSuite was founded in 2004 as a financial technology company. We are proud to have grown to a company that will soon employ over 100 Palm Beach and Broward County residents and is contributing to the local economy with revenue over $19.2 million in 2013,” said TouchSuite CEO Sam Zietz. “We are honored by Governor Rick Scott’s visit and for recognizing TouchSuite for its growth and contributions to the State of Florida. Our success is the result of our disruptive technology products that improve the financial performance of small and medium sized businesses throughout North America.”

Governor Rick Scott said, “TouchSuite’s expansion in Boca Raton is great news for Florida families. As Florida’s economy continues to grow, it’s important that we continue to create an environment where information technology companies can expand and create jobs in the Sunshine State.”

President/CEO of Enterprise Florida, Gray Swoope said, “TouchSuite’s decision to expand in Boca Raton will add instant value to Florida’s IT sector. This expansion shows that Florida’s resources, including a strong workforce, expansive infrastructure and strategic partnerships, have created one of the top business climates in the country. We will continue working to strengthen the IT sector in Florida and look forward to seeing TouchSuite’s achievements.”

This project was made possible through the close partnerships between Enterprise Florida, the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, and the City of Boca Raton.

“TouchSuite is part of Palm Beach County’s growing tech industry,” said Kelly Smallridge, President/CEO of Business Development Board of Palm Beach County. “Technology-centered entrepreneurs are finding that the area is a great place to start and grow businesses.”

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