CINCINNATI, OHIO (PRWEB) DECEMBER 15, 2015
enosiX, Inc. today announced that it is relocating its company headquarters to a 5,800-square-foot office at the Centennial Plaza III building in downtown Cincinnati to support its current team and its plans for expansion. enosiX, which started in August 2014 with seven people, now has 14 employees and conservatively anticipates that itwill add 10-12 people in 2016. enosiX will move into its new offices in December 2015.
More than 100 customers around the world use the young company’s intuitive Enterprise Mobility Framework to quickly and affordably mobilize their SAP applications. The Framework allows developers to rapidly create native enterprise mobile applications without learning a new programming language or installing proprietary middleware. The resulting applications feature “Intelligent-Integration” with SAP that delights users and boosts ROI.
“We have doubled our team in a little over a year as a result of a growing demand for our enterprise mobility framework,” said Gerald Schlechter, CEO and co-founder of enosiX. “We are on pace to potentially equal that growth in 2016, and we need a new home that will allow us to stretch out and add resources. The Cincinnati area is home, and we wanted to stay close to our roots, continuing to build our company in the heart of where we have received community and financial support, and found most of our talent. This is an exciting time for our company.”
“enosiX has quietly become one of Cincinnati’s success stories,” said Dov Rosenberg, director at Allos Ventures. “We recognized early on that enosiX had the vision, leadership and technology to build something special, and Gerald and Philippe continue to push the right buttons. Cincinnati is buzzing with entrepreneurial and start-up activity, so this keeps enosiX within reach of many valuable resources that will support their growth.” Allos Ventures was one of the first venture capital firms to back enosiX early in 2014.
“At REDI Cincinnati, we work closely with our local partners to keep existing companies in the region,” said Kimm Coyner, managing director, project team and JobsOhio. “We’re happy enosiX found a space that met its needs in Greater Cincinnati. As the company grows, we expect it will be a magnet for the kind of smart, talented workforce that already thrives in our region.”
“enosiX’s relocation is a win for downtown,” said Oscar L. Bedolla, Community and Economic Development Director for the City of Cincinnati. “I am pleased that we could assist as they expand their operations. This relocation further strengthens the market for downtown office space and supports continued job growth and development activity in our urban core.”
Schlechter added, “With plans for aggressive expansion, enosiX is pleased to find itself in the quickly growing tech-hub that Cincinnati is becoming. We appreciate all the help we received from the City of Cincinnati, REDI Cincinnati, and Alan Piker from Cresa during this move.”
The company currently has several employment openings in the areas of marketing and software development. For a complete list of openings, visit http://qa.enosix.com/careers.
About enosiX, Inc.
Based in Cincinnati, enosiX offers an intuitive Enterprise Mobility Framework that is used by more than 100 customers around the world. The Framework allows developers to create apps that access ERP back-end systems with incomparable ease and maintain native apps that mobilize business processes and make them more competitive. For more information, visit http://qa.enosix.com.