Technology consulting firm Appirio Inc. plans to move its corporate headquarters from San Francisco to Indianapolis and boost its local employment by more than 425 workers over the next five years, the company announced Friday.
Franklin Well Services executives said the company will have about 90 people working at its new headquarters in Vincennes. It is already moving employees and equipment from its current office in Lawrenceville, Illinois.
The donor-management software firm says it plans to spend at least $8 million building a headquarters complex at Fort Harrison, part of an attractive deal that involves free public land and a roughly $300,000 grant.
A Greenwood firm that manufactures wireless monitoring and control devices plans to move operations into an abandoned plant on the south side of downtown Indianapolis, allowing it to expand and add 25 workers before the end of the decade.
Springleaf Holdings Inc.,a consumer lender that went public in 2013, plans to move its headquarters from Indiana to Connecticut after buying subprime lender OneMain Financial for $4.25 billion in cash.