Growing Northern Kentucky high-tech company to move to RiverCenter
COVINGTON, Ky. (Aug. 21, 2013) – dbaDIRECT announced Tuesday it will establish a new 22,200-s.f. office in the Corporex Companies RiverCenter office complex in Covington by September.
The project includes the company’s 73 existing employees with plans to add approximately 110 new high-tech jobs by 2016.
dbaDIRECT provides IT Infrastructure Management Services to the financial services, retail, healthcare and education industries. Services include general infrastructure monitoring, database management consulting and performance enhancement services for corporate data environments. The growing company joins several other high-tech firms including TiER1 Performance Solutions that recently have chosen RiverCenter as their location.
“dbaDIRECT represents the growing technology segment of the commonwealth’s economy,” said Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear. “With plans to add up to 110 high-tech jobs in the coming years, this is a great opportunity in Northern Kentucky, where companies have access to an outstanding workforce, strategic location and an ideal business climate.”
“Our company stands at the precipice of enhanced growth in the data management industry and the Commonwealth of Kentucky and Northern Kentucky has been a partner and supporter of dbaDIRECT since its inception in 1998,” said John Bostick, president and CEO of dbaDIRECT. “We are looking to grow and add to the appeal of Northern Kentucky as an informatics hub. We are excited to be in Covington’s urban core with other high-tech companies at RiverCenter and we value our strengthening relationships with Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics.”
dbaDIRECT serves over 180 clients across 254 data centers over four continents throughout the world. The work is coordinated at dbaDIRECT’s global operations center located in Northern Kentucky with additional locations in Bangalore, India; Shenzhen, China; and West Chester, Ohio.
“We congratulate dbaDIRECT on its success and growth from its start in the Northern Kentucky ezone,” said Gary Moore, former chairman, Northern Kentucky Tri-ED Board of Directors. “The informatics sector is a target industry as we continue to market Northern Kentucky on a national and global scale. This company’s success is a testimony to its continued persistence in an extremely competitive global economy and Northern Kentucky’s positive business environment.”
To learn more about dbaDIRECT, visit www.dbadirect.com.