Today CareSync held its official ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new headquarters in Tampa, Florida. Speaking during the ceremony, Travis Bond, CEO of CareSync, expressed his gratitude to everyone who helped the company grow to become the nation’s leading provider of software and services for chronic disease management.
Since its inception in 2011, CareSync has grown to 266 employees. Plans for the company include continued expansion, with an investment of up to $4.5M in the new headquarters and adding hundreds more jobs by the end of 2017. As reported in the Tampa Bay Times, “Healthcare IT company CareSync is planning to double its workforce … Most of the positions will be nurses.”
Working with Tampa organizations to bring new career opportunities to the community
Support throughout the Tampa Bay community has helped and will continue to help the company in these endeavors. An article in the Tampa Bay Business Journal explains, “The Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corp. assisted CareSync with connections to CareerSource Tampa Bay for workforce and training grant opportunities and to the University of South Florida, Hillsborough Community College, and the University of Tampa for recruiting assistance.”
For the ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour of the company headquarters, CareSync was proud to host: Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn; Hillsborough County Commissioner Sandy Murman; Dr. Ken Atwater, President of HCC and Chairman of the Tampa EDC; Judy Dorsey of Career Source Tampa Bay; Jill Pearson, Director of Partnerships and Engagement of the Tampa Bay Technology Forum; talented individuals from iConstructors and CMK Design Studios, the experts responsible for the design and construction of CareSync’s beautiful headquarters; and numerous other friends, family, and colleagues.