The Columbus Region is home to a large IT workforce, spanning industries including healthcare, defense, finance, retail and more. The result is an ecosystem of IT operations that range from consulting startups and services, to sources of capital, to Fortune 500 corporations.
According to New Geography, IT operations in the Region benefit from “the critical fuel for tech growth—educated labor—that is expanding faster in places like Columbus than in Boston, San Jose and San Francisco.”
As employers face a national IT talent shortage, KLG Advisors determined the Columbus Region to be the top metro for IT staffing potential based on concentration of IT talent, growth of IT labor force, and university and college output.
Not content with passing the $100 million sales mark, Ventech Solutions Inc. is seeking a blockbuster innovation that increases the IT company's valuation by fivefold.
InXite Health Systems provides software and data analytics for coordinated-care networks.
A sole focus on governmental IT work has paid off richly for Ventech Solutions Inc. Revenue has grown 11-fold in two years for the Columbus company, passing $100 million for the first time in 2016.
One of the fasting growing healthcare technology companies in the nation
The IBM Client Center for Advance Analytics focuses on advancing research, development, client services and training in the areas of analytics, big data and cognitive computing
A leading big data solutions and services company
The largest e-payments company in Europe
CrossChx is building an identity layer for healthcare that gives patients and providers a better way to connect to health
Changes how companies leverage technology to solve business problems
Columbus ranked No. 1 Best City for Top Tech Talent among Small Markets by CBRE Research’s third annual Scoring Tech Talent report.
Columbus is listed as No. 5 in SmartAsset’s Top 10 Cities for Tech Workers.
CIO.com has ranked Columbus in the Top 10 Metro Areas For STEM Jobs.