IT consultancy Soltech expands into Florida

21 June 2021 1 min. read
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Soltech, an Atlanta-based IT staffing and consulting firm, has expanded into Florida with the launch of a new office in Key Largo. The office is the firm’s second physical location.

Soltech decided to expand into the Sunshine State because of rapid client growth and increasing demand for technology talent and services. Florida is expected to add 16,000 net new tech jobs this year, according to a report from CompTIA.

The company plans to initially focus on growing its staffing resources in the region to support its current customers that have Florida operations. The firm also plans to eventually grow its customer base by offering software development and IT staffing solutions to new clients in Florida.

Soltech says the majority of new hires will be remote workers.

IT consultancy Soltech expands into Florida

“The decision to expand our presence into Florida is an exciting development in the history of our company," said Tim Smith, president and CEO of Soltech. "The demand for custom software development solutions and staffing support is stronger than ever before, and we are excited to bring our unique offering to Florida.”

Soltech was founded in 1998 and has approximately 90 employees, according to LinkedIn. The firm’s IT staffing business line delivers services in contract labor placement, contract-to-hire, and direct-hire IT positions. Soltech’s consulting division supports clients with software design, web and mobile development, Salesforce implementation, user experience design, and support and project rescue services.

The firm primarily serves Atlanta-area organizations, and has completed more than 1,200 projects, placed more than 1,500 consultants, and worked with over 500 companies. Soltech’s clients include LG Electronics, Nexus, and Fora Financial.

"Staffing right now is a challenge for businesses everywhere and we have a myriad of solutions to address those needs," added Smith.  "We are thrilled to be part of the Florida business community and help it grow and prosper."