Dental Claims Company Plans to Add 150 Jobs

Renaissance now processes around one-third of all electronic dental claims in the U.S. Renaissance now processes around one-third of all electronic dental claims in the U.S.

Indianapolis-based Renaissance Electronic Services LLC is planning to invest nearly $15 million into an expansion in central Indiana. The dental claims provider is looking to double its more than 150-member work force by 2019.

Plans include improvements to its existing five facilities as well as leasing and equipping more than half of a former Gerdt Furniture Store on Southport Road. Its application development team is set to move into the renovated building in April. It could be complete by year's end.

The company's growth plans include electronic payment processing services that will be developed and launched over the next three years. Most of the jobs created by this expansion will involve software development and programming.

Chief Executive Officer Erick Paul says "Renaissance is a homegrown Hoosier company that's proud to be growing and creating employment opportunities in our community. Dental offices nationwide choose our company for their claim services because of the innovation and dedication of our employees, and we look forward to continuing to grow that team and the economy in Central Indiana."

The company was established in Martinsville in 2002 and bills itself as the second-largest provider of dental claims in the United States. Its client base includes over 28,000 dentist. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. is supporting the expansion with up to $300,000 in conditional incentives.

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