We wanted the Koger Center to be a place where businesses and agencies can grow and thrive. We are proud to be a hub for transformative leaders that are harnessing technology to create positive change.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (PRWEB) July 26, 2018
As the world’s business climate becomes increasingly technology-driven, a prominent office park in Tallahassee, Fla. is recognizing the work of tenants that have made significant strides in the digital age. The Koger Center – an 18-building office complex located on Apalachee Parkway – houses an array of high-profile organizations utilizing innovative technologies to serve their clients and the public.
Koger Center tenant DXC Technology is a Fortune 500 company and a leading independent, end-to-end IT services company. The company serves nearly 6,000 private- and public-sector clients from a wide range of industries across 70 countries. Consulting, cloud help and data analysis are among DXC’s services. Another tenant, Exela Technologies (previously known as Novitex), is a global business process automation (BPA) company, providing digital tools that help businesses streamline their workflow processes. Exela’s client list includes 60 percent of the Fortune 100, along with many of the world’s largest retail chains, banks, law firms, healthcare insurance payers and providers and telecom companies.
“We wanted the Koger Center to be a place where businesses and agencies can grow and thrive. We are proud to be a hub for transformative leaders that are harnessing technology to create positive change,” said Todd Hakimi, owner of the Koger Center.
VISIT FLORIDA, Florida’s official tourism marketing corporation also based at Koger, leverages the power of social media to bring visitors to the state by sharing information on the best beaches, events, places to eat and things to do. The Koger Center also provides offices for Automated Health Systems, a national health services management company focusing on low-income families and communities. They use cutting-edge technology including web portals, mobile apps and SMS messaging to administer large-scale public health programs for state and local governments.
The Koger Center also houses multiple state agencies that are using crowdsourcing technologies to facilitate data collection. The Department of Transportation uses an online cloud portal, GIS@FDOT, to allow people to share maps and data through a collaborative effort. Additionally, the Department of Health uses an electronic prescription drug database called E-FORCSE to monitor and encourage safer prescribing of controlled substances.
Office space at the Koger Center is available. For more information, please visit http://kogertallahassee.com.