Silicon Valley tech company relocating headquarters to Carmel

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Determine officials announce relocation alongside Gov. Mike Pence and Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard

CARMEL, Ind. – Officials with a tech company based out of California’s Silicon Valley announced Monday that they will be moving their headquarters to Carmel.

Determine, a global provider of cloud-based contract lifecycle management, will invest $720,191 to lease and equip a 9,000-square-foot office at 615 West Carmel Drive, which will officially become their global headquarters this June.

As part of the relocation, Determine plans to add 24 high-wage jobs in Hamilton County by 2019. The company is now hiring for customer support, professional services, software development and financial positions. Interested applicants may apply online at www.determine.com/jobs.

The company currently employs more than 160 associates globally, including approximately 35 in Indiana.

Serving more than 300 clients around the world, including many Fortune 100 companies, Determine’s customers include Kellogg’s, Republic Airways, Sony Music Entertainment, Brunswick, AOL, Cushman & Wakefield and Nordstrom.

Governor Mike Pence joined Determine executives and Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard at the announcement to express his excitement and optimism about the relocation.

“Indiana’s tech sector is thriving, and today I am proud to mark yet another milestone as we welcome Determine’s global headquarters to the Hoosier state,” said Governor Pence. “…With a strong community of innovators, top universities training tomorrow’s leaders and a business climate designed for job creation, I am confident that Indiana will be a key partner in supporting Determine’s growth worldwide.”

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