Kaseya Expands Miami, Florida, Operations
The project is being supported by the Miami-Dade Beacon Council’ Relocation and Expansion Incentive Program (REIP). Kaseya is the first company to apply to REIP, which was designed to target and support large, highly valued job creation opportunities.
“We are proud to be growing in Miami-Dade County as we continue creating jobs at our headquarters and investing directly in developing this community’s future tech leaders and entrepreneurs,” said Kaseya CEO Fred Voccola. “As we look to add hundreds of high-paying jobs over the next three years, we will deepen Kaseya’s existing relationships with local colleges and universities to ensure opportunities for residents across Miami to join our growing team. Our ongoing partnership with the Beacon Council has helped us grow significantly in Miami-Dade County, and we look forward to continue growing our headquarter presence for many years to come.”
With the REIP program, companies relocating to Miami and hiring a minimum of 50 new employees in the county within a five-year period, paying at least 150% of the county or state average annual wage, can get a tax credit of $1,000 per new job, an additional credit of $125 per new job if any new hires received a degree from a university or technical school within the Miami-Dade, and another $125 credit per new job if any new hires graduated within three years of the hire date.
“With tech layoffs recently impacting thousands of people and their organizations across the U.S., our longstanding partnership with Kaseya to bolster job creation has never been more important,” noted Miami-Dade Beacon Council President & CEO Rodrick T. Miller. “Their growth during such a unique inflection point in the tech industry is a clear reflection of the economic health, favorable business climate and robust talent base Miami-Dade County offers to employers at any stage of their journey.”
Kaseya is a premier provider of unified IT management and security software for managed service providers (MSPs) and small to medium-sized businesses (SMBS). The company delivers best-in-breed technologies that allow organizations to efficiently manage, secure and backup IT.
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