Tech Company From Bloomington Expanding, Moving HQ

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The company's new headquarters will be located in the Stutz Business Center in downtown Indianapolis. The company's new headquarters will be located in the Stutz Business Center in downtown Indianapolis.

A Bloomington-based technology consulting firm is planning to move its headquarters to Indianapolis as part of an expansion. Lucid Services Group, which will maintain a presence in the Monroe County city, says it will open its headquarters next month at the Stutz Business Center in Indianapolis and create up to 76 jobs over the next three years.

The company currently employs 15 and is looking to double its work force in the remaining weeks of 2017. The second office and its location in Indianapolis, the company says, will help meet rising demand from its slate of Fortune 500, hospital system, medical device and software as a service industry customers.

Owner and Chief Executive Officer Bethany Robinson says "Indiana is a fantastic market for the life sciences industry, as well high-tech engineering companies. The state's history of innovation in this space is creating more demand for professional services partners to help medical device, pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms continue to drive new products to market."

Lucid Services Group says its sales grew more than 400 percent last year and the new positions, expected to pay more than double the state average, will be based in Indianapolis, Bloomington and serve clients on-site.  with its clients. New positions are expected to pay an average wage more than double the state average wage.

Chief Operating Officer John Galligan says the new HQ puts Lucid Services Group "in the middle of the action that downtown Indy has to offer. Our team tips our hat to the leadership at both the state and city of Indianapolis for creating such an amazing business climate. When working with state leaders, we found a group committed to growing companies and the high-tech workforce here in Indiana. We are thrilled to be able to put down our roots in Indianapolis and capitalize on the already strong talent base here."

The company has been offered up to $1.6 million in conditional tax credits and training grants from the Indiana Economic Development Corp. It was launched as LucidCorps in 2016 and serves customers in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and New York.

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