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Software Developer to Open Center and Create 40 IT Jobs

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An Evansville, Ind., software development company has announced plans to locate a new development and data center in Henderson, creating 40 new full-time jobs that will pay up to $80,000 a year.

Innovative Workflow Technologies (IWT) develops technology for the healthcare industry that collects and integrates data in order to provide its clients with software solutions to improve communication, efficiency and patient safety. The company’s products interface with software from different vendors to consolidate information and generate new functionality.

The company is planning to hire software programmers, computer network technicians, data analysts and project managers for the new $2 million facility, which will be located near the Henderson City-County Airport.

IWT President and CEO Linda Frank told The (Henderson) Gleaner that the company would likely move its headquarter operations from Evansville to Henderson as well.

The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority has preliminarily approved IWT for tax benefits up to $940,000 under the Kentucky Jobs Development Act, an incentive program designed to attract and expand service and technology employment to the state.