ConsortiEX moving HQ to Milwaukee, hiring 77

MILWAUKEE – Health care technology startup ConsortiEX is establishing its headquarters and operations in Milwaukee. ConsortiEX provides innovative information technology systems and services to manage the ordering, distribution and tracking of sterile injectable compounds for hospitals and their affiliated networks.

The company has been certified by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation as a Qualified New Business Venture. This designation makes investors eligible for a 25 percent Wisconsin tax credit. ConsortiEX also received a $250,000 loan from WEDC.

ConsortiEX is already working with two large health care institutions in Wisconsin and a number of other major health care providers across the U.S. The company currently employs about 16 locally, and expects to employ 77 highly skilled professionals in Milwaukee within three years, including software engineers and developers.

“Wisconsin is a great place to grow our company,” said Neal K. Long, ConsortiEX chief executive officer. “The state has world-class health systems, leading global health care technology companies and, above all, Wisconsin has great people.”

Source: WEDC press release

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