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Simplifeye Chooses Carmel for New HQ
City of Carmel
One Civic Square
Carmel, IN 46032
Date: July 30, 2020
Contact: Nancy Heck, 317-571-2494
Simplifeye chooses Carmel for new corporate headquarters;
New York-based firm moving to Main Street at Monon
Carmel, IN – A New York based software provider for medical healthcare businesses has chosen to relocate its corporate headquarters to Carmel, bringing 75 high-paying jobs and an investment of $10 million. The company, owned by Indiana native Dr. Ryan Hungate, will lease the second floor of the Monon & Main building, located above Anthony’s Chophouse on Main Street at the Monon Greenway.
“We are very excited to welcome another high-tech company to our growing family of more than 125 corporate headquarters,” said Mayor Jim Brainard. “Our economic development team worked hard over the past several months to showcase the benefits of establishing corporate roots in Carmel, especially in our rapidly growing central corridor.”
Simplifeye, founded in New York City in 2014, focuses its work on providing cutting-edge software technology and world-class service to practices across the retail healthcare landscape. Dr. Hungate, an orthodontist, previously worked for Apple Inc. and helped design the customer workflow currently used by Apple’s retail stores globally.
The company, which has grown rapidly during the COVID-19 pandemic, plans to maintain its current office in New York but move its executive staff to Carmel. The average salary for those working here will be about $100,000.
“Our growth has been phenomenal over the past year as more and more medical professionals begin to rely more heavily on technology to work with their patients,” said Dr. Hungate. “We chose Carmel because it offers so much for our employees and is situated in the heart of an area with many high-tech and medical and dental firms that we will be working with. We can’t wait to get up and running.”
Brian Bondus, a Carmel native and Director at the ALO Property Group, brokered the deal for the 9,600 square foot leasing inside the mixed-use building on Main Street.
“Landing an anchor tenant like Simplifeye, especially during a pandemic, is a testament to the fact employers see downtown Carmel as a place they can attract and retain the talent they need to grow their businesses,” said Bondus. "Also, while you're seeing a lot of uncertainty in the commercial real estate market across the nation, the investments and confidence in Carmel's assets has remained strong."
Current plans call for the new headquarters to open by mid-October.
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