October 2, 2017

Tech Company Planning Suburban Indianapolis Expansion

FISHERS, Ind. (AP) — A high-tech marketing company is planning to spend $3.7 million for a new headquarters in suburban Indianapolis.

Leaders of the year-old company named Fuzic announced their plans Monday during an event with Gov. Eric Holcomb and Fishers city officials. The company says the project will triple the size of its current Fishers office.

The company now has about 35 employees and says it plans to add about 250 workers by 2020. The company develops software allowing restaurants, gyms and other business to provide custom announcements and music playlists to on-site customers.

Former Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO Scott McCorkle joined Fuzic this year as its executive chairman.

The Indiana Economic Development Corp. is giving Fuzic Inc. up to $3.4 million in conditional tax credits and $145,000 in training grants.

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