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Edifecs Expands Fulton County, Georgia, Operations Center

A global health information technology solutions company, Edifecs Inc. plans to hire up to 200 associates in the next three to five years in a new operations center in Fulton County, Georgia.

Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, the company specializes in creating healthcare information technology (Health IT) products that provide data exchange and data management solutions for a majority of the nation’s leading health plans.

“When scouting locations for our east coast office, Atlanta was a natural choice,” said Sunny Singh, President & CEO, Edifecs. “Atlanta allows us to be closer to our East Coast customers, and the city has rich and diverse culture, a plethora of entertainment and arts and a strong public transportation system. We also have a strong focus on wellbeing and wanted to choose a location that enables our associates to enjoy the outdoors while also providing onsite wellness offerings.”

“With more than 200 health information technology companies already located in metro Atlanta, Edifecs is a welcome addition to our business ecosystem,” said Hala Moddelmog, President & CEO of the Metro Atlanta Chamber. “Edifecs’ innovative approach to managing healthcare data and their commitment to gender diversity in the industry will help us continue to grow our region’s reputation as the health IT and global health capital.”

“We are pleased to welcome Edifecs to Atlanta,” said GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson. “Georgia has become a magnet for technology-driven companies, and we are encouraged by the fact that leading west coast companies like Edifecs are choosing Georgia to expand their east coast operations.”

Georgia Department of Economic Development Director Randall Toussaint represented the Global Commerce Division in partnership with the Metro Atlanta Chamber and Georgia Power.

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