Tech Company Relocates to Downtown Indy

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A technology company that provides wastewater monitoring solutions has relocated its headquarters from Greenwood to downtown Indianapolis. OmniSite says with the move, it is looking to fill 10 high-wage jobs. 

OmniSite moved into the former L.W. Ott Manufacturing Co. building, located in the Old Southside neighborhood and invested more than $1.5 million in building acquisition and renovation. President Tom Ward said they moved to the 17,000 square foot space because they wanted to be a part of the area's revitalization.

"The move to Indianapolis was an easy decision," said Ward. "Indianapolis has some of the best tech talent in the country, and we wanted to be more closely connected with fellow technology companies. We chose our location on the Old Southside Corridor because it has a great sense of community, something that closely aligns with our company values."

The company currently employs 28 workers and is looking to hire 10 more, including experienced engineers who can design and write software for the products the company manufactures on site. Click here to find more information on the jobs.

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