CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., Sept. 22, 2015 – Vinuity, an Information Technology Professional Services company in St. Louis, has announced plans to establish a Cape Girardeau office at the Douglas C. Greene Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Southeast Missouri State University.
Company leaders have been considering and planning for the past several months with local economic development officials on the anticipated expansion. Vinuity provides domestic rural outsourcing services and consulting for a portfolio of clients, including software development, quality assurance, application and dba support, and help desk features. The new office will be approximately 1,000 square feet in the Center and will begin with about four employees, consisting of local administrators and associate software developers.
“We are excited to expand our services and bring the Viniuty model to Cape Girardeau,” said Vinuity President and Chief Executive Officer Lonnie McMinn.
A ribbon cutting ceremony is being planned and will be announced at a later date.
Chief operating officer of the Missouri Innovation Corporation and outreach director for the Institute for Regional Innovation and Entrepreneurship Brian Tapp, said, “Companies like Vinuity are exactly what the region needs to create high-growth technology jobs in more rural areas of Missouri.”