eResources Relocates Headquarters To Downtown Ocala, Florida
“We are thrilled to be moving our corporate headquarters to Ocala. Our review of the infrastructure, strategic location in Northern Florida, and the access to resources and talent made Ocala a great choice. We look forward to growing in Ocala and seeing the city thrive from our presence,” said CEO Dusty Gulleson.
As an incentive, the city of Ocala awarded eResources with a $25,000 grant from their Small Business Investment Program. This grant will help with moving expenses and renovations to accommodate new hires. Renovations to the building are expected to begin this summer with a move-in date set for mid-August.
According to the Ocala/Marion County Chamber & Economic Partnership, Founded in 1999 eResources specializes in strategic technology consulting, custom web application development, IT Help Desk and infrastructure services, and datacenter services. eResources also has developed a very successful Online Application Management System delivered as a Software as a Service solution. Along with establishing their headquarters here, eResources also hopes to centralize their Network Operations Center in Ocala as well.
“The city is pleased to continue partnering with the CEP by awarding a Small Business Investment Program grant to E-Resources, formerly Sun Digital,” said Ocala City Council President, Jay Musleh. “The City is very excited to be able to support E-Resources’ expansion here in Ocala.”
“The location of eResources is another great example of the CEP’s efforts to create not only jobs, but high-quality jobs for our community,” said Kevin McDonald, Chairman of the CEP. “Anytime you can locate a company like eResources it is a great win for the community.”
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