Silicon Valley tech company LeverX is relocating to Miami

LeverX, a software company, announced Tuesday it is moving its global corporate headquarters from Silicon Valley to the Magic City.

Victor Lozinski, Leverx’s chairman and co-founder, said the firm considered many locations but cited Miami’s quality of life offering, time zone and convenient access to Miami International Airport for streamlining operations between its offices across North America, Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East.

“Its welcoming environment and popular attractions make Miami an appealing setting to host corporate events and customer meetings. Our new home will enable us to better meet the needs of our customers and collaborate with our partners, both in the U.S. and around the world,” said Lozinski in a statement.

Lozinski and members of the executive team will be among the 30 people initially located in the offices, which will be in the Wells Fargo Center at 333 SE 2nd Avenue in downtown Miami.

“Miami is a natural fit for a global tech leader like LeverX,” said James Kohnstamm, EVP of the Miami-Dade Beacon Council, the county’s economic development organization. “One of the fastest growing innovation hubs in the country, Miami is a diverse community that is entrepreneurial at its core and is invested in the success of companies that choose to call it home.”

Founded in 2003 and with offices in the US, Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia, LeverX is a global system integrator that provides SAP implementation services and custom software development to companies of all sizes. The company employs about 1,600 people globally, according to its website.

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