Informatics companies Xcelerated Learning Dynamics
and Clear Measures
will soon be moving into the Corporex Companies RiverCenter office complex in Covington. The moves, along with the expansion of the parent companies, will add 341 jobs over the next three years.
XLD, which was launched in April 2013, plans to create up to 50 jobs in the next three years. It transforms healthcare education by helping organizations elevate their performance with efficient and effective learning programs.
XLD was launched from the Covington-based TiER1 Performance Solutions
in 2012 to help hospital systems meet the challenges of the current health care reform by aligning their workforces with the rapidly evolving Affordable Care Act. TiER1 recently located 70 jobs to RiverCenter and plans to add about 40 more in the next three years.
Clear Measures is bringing 121 jobs to Northern Kentucky, and plans to add about 60 additional jobs over the next three years.
Clear Measures involves two local IT firms, Lucrum
, providing IT infrastructure management services to the financial services, retail, health care and educational industries. Its services include strategic management consulting, scalable IT project support, staff augmentation and infrastructure management services across the globe. Clear Measures will also help build, manage and enhance systems that make data meaningful.
"We believe that with Northern Kentucky University's College of Informatics and Gateway Community and Technical College's urban campus in Covington, we are building a high energy, high tech corridor in our region that will create jobs to keep talent local," says Dan Tobergte, president and CEO of Northern Kentucky Tri-Ed.
TiER1 and XLD will occupy 15,000 square feet on the first floor of RiverCenter, and Clear Measures will occupy 25,000 square feet on the ninth and 10th floors.
By Caitlin Koenig
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