Calero-MDSL Opens Rochester, New York, Headquarters
Calero-MDSL President Scott Gilbert said, "We are very excited to open our new headquarters building in Rochester, NY. The office reflects our commitment to both the area and our teammates and allows us to provide a best-in-class workspace for our teams as they begin returning to the office. Calero-MDSL has been proud to call Rochester home for over 20 years and we are looking forward to expanding our team here over the next several years."
"Downtown Rochester is home to some of the most talented tech companies in the industry. Thanks to smart state investments in the tech-talent pipeline, we are building back better and generating opportunities for New Yorkers," Governor Andrew Cuomo said. "Calero is a prime example of New York's tech-industry strength and we are proud they are expanding their headquarters in Rochester, helping cement our position as a tech leader."
Empire State Development is providing tax credits for the project through the Excelsior Jobs Tax Credit Program in exchange for job creation commitments. Monroe County, the City of Rochester and Greater Rochester Enterprise are also assisting with Calero-MDSL's continued growth to further support economic development in the region.
Empire State Development Acting Commissioner and President & CEO-designate Eric Gertler said, "Calero-MDSL, a hometown company with global reach, is adding to downtown Rochester's entrepreneurial energy. They're one of many talented tech companies in the area, creating good-paying jobs and building the Finger Lakes economy."
Founded over 20 years ago in the Town of Henrietta, Calero-MDSL also maintains operations in Phoenix, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. With over 800 employees, the high-growth technology company focuses on developing services for telecom and wireless expense monitoring, unified communications, call accounting and reporting as well as managed mobility services.
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