Tech company expansion to add 189 Williamson County jobs

May 18, 2016 The Tennessean by Jordan Buie The cognitive computing company Digital Reasoning announced Wednesday that it will expand its headquarters facility in Franklin, investing about $861,500 and creating 189 more jobs in Williamson County. The announcement was made along with Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd. According to…

Fresh off $40 million, Franklin tech company moves to bigger digs

May 18, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Eleanor Kennedy With a $40 million funding round in its coffers, Franklin-based Digital Reasoning has moved into a new headquarters space in Cool Springs. The company, whose technology helps clients in the financial services, health care and intelligence industries process and analyze large amounts of unstructured data, has…

Digital Reasoning to expand headquarters in Williamson County

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Wednesday, May 18, 2016 GOVERNOR HASLAM, COMMISSIONER BOYD ANNOUNCE DIGITAL REASONING TO EXPAND HEADQUARTERS IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY Cognitive computing company to invest approximately $861,500, create 189 new jobs   NASHVILLE — Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd along with Digital Reasoning officials announced today the company will expand…

GOVERNOR HASLAM, COMMISSIONER BOYD ANNOUNCE DIGITAL REASONING TO EXPAND HEADQUARTERS IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 GOVERNOR HASLAM, COMMISSIONER BOYD ANNOUNCE DIGITAL REASONING TO EXPAND HEADQUARTERS IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY Cognitive computing company to invest approximately $861,500, create 189 new jobs   NASHVILLE — Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd along with Digital Reasoning officials announced today the company…

CEO of one of Nashville’s biggest public companies: Traffic has cost us employees

May 17, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Scott Harrison Nashville’s mounting traffic woes have cost Tractor Supply Co. employees, President and CEO Greg Sandfort said Tuesday. Speaking at the quarterly Nashville Business Breakfast at Lipscomb University, Sandfort offered a frank take on the state of the region’s traffic congestion. Sandfort told the story of prospective…