MedeAnalytics relocates North Texas data hub to Richardson

by Candace Carlisle | Staff Writer
Dallas Business Journal
 The Dallas Business Journal
A California-based health-care analytics company is relocating its North Texas data hub to Richardson, with plans to move the company's 100 regional employees to the new site.

MedeAnalytics has signed a new lease for 18,000 square feet of office space at Custer Court at 501 W. President George Bush Turnpike in Richardson for its growing big data operation that supports customers in the United States and the United Kingdom.

The new facility gives MedeAnalytics the ability to meet its long-term objectives, while maintaining a high level of service for customers, Chairman and CEO Andrew Hurd said.

"Richardson was a perfect choice for us because of its long-standing focus on technological solutions and insights for the world's leading companies," Hurd said in a written statement.

The location also gives MedeAnalytics proximity to the University of Texas at Dallas, which will become a pipeline of future talent for the company, he added. MedeAnalytics plans to continue to add employees to its North Texas workforce.

The firm isn't the only health care and technology company expanding in the region. Richardson is becoming know for being a hub for tech and health care firms,Richardson Mayor Laura Maczka said.

CBRE's John Roper represented MedeAnalytics in the deal. Trey Smith, Ward Eastman and Alexandra Jennings of Cassidy Turley represented the landlord.

MedeAnalytics expects to occupy the new Richardson office in October.

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