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Rick Scott Announces eMaint Expansion, 150 Jobs

Rick Scott announced Friday that one of the leaders of the global maintenance software field will be expanding in Florida.

eMaint, a provider of Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) will be relocating from Estero to a larger office in Bonita Springs to accommodate future growth.

The company will be creating 150 new jobs in the area. 

“With no income tax, more than 55 tax cuts since 2010, and a growing economy, it is clear that Florida is the best state for businesses like eMaint to grow. Earlier this week, I led a business development mission to California where we met with companies to encourage them to invest in Florida. We will continue to do all we can to make it easier for businesses to succeed in Florida so we can outcompete other states for new jobs.”

Today, Governor Rick Scott announced that eMaint Enterprises has chosen to expand in Florida over New Jersey and will be creating 150 new jobs for families in Bonita Springs. The expansion project will also invest more than $2 million in the local community. eMaint, a global leader in Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS), will be relocating from Estero to a larger office in Bonita Springs to accommodate their future growth.

Founder and CEO of amount Brian Samelson said the move will be helpful for the company while it expands its business.

“The move is a result of significant company growth,” Samelson said. “We are excited with our Florida expansion.  As our product and solutions have become better known in the industry, customer demand has risen – and quickly. Our new, 26,000 square foot office underscores our commitment to both our customers, our employees, Lee county and the state of Florida.”
 
“With no income tax, more than 55 tax cuts since 2010, and a growing economy, it is clear that Florida is the best state for businesses like eMaint to grow,” Gov. Scott said. “Earlier this week, I led a business development mission to California where we met with companies to encourage them to invest in Florida. We will continue to do all we can to make it easier for businesses to succeed in Florida so we can outcompete other states for new jobs.”

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