(photo courtesy of TechPoint)

INDIANAPOLIS – A technology expense management company has relocated its global headquarters to Indianapolis. Tangoe, which was originally based in New Jersey and acquired Indy-based MOBI in 2018, had previously used its Indy office as the headquarters for its managed mobility services business.

Chief Strategy Officer Josh Garrett tells TechPoint the company’s workforce has grown from just over 300 to about 1,400 worldwide since the MOBI acquisition. He says Indy was a natural choice for Tangoe’s headquarters.

“The access to talent, support from the local and state government, and the cost of doing business in central Indiana boosted our decision to relocate; it just makes a lot of business sense,” Garrett said. “While we have many talented employees around the globe, having a centralized location with a critical mass of educated employees becomes a differentiator for us.”

Garrett cites Indiana’s business climate and tech ecosystem as additional reasons for the move.

Original article from Inside Indiana Business.