Software firm Exacta Corp. has moved from its 10,000-square-foot office in Brookfield into a suite inside the Technology Innovation Center at the Milwaukee County Research Park in Wauwatosa, according to an announcement from the company.
The 80,000-square-foot Technology Innovation Center provides working and development space to dozens of emerging companies, and currently has more than 50 tenants.
“Our new offices in a multi-tenant innovation center allows for more free exchange of ideas, potential leads and opportunities to test new software,” said Dennis Hill, president and senior software architect of Exacta, in a statement. “This built-in advantage, coupled with a central location at the Milwaukee County Research Park, allows us to better serve clients who seek increasingly productive and competitive software solutions in the AI, 5G, and IoT spaces that apply to everyday business needs.”
Exacta Corp. has between 50 and 200 employees, according to its LinkedIn account.
Other tenants of the TIC include health tech startup GenoPalate, angel investor network Silicon Pastures, and 5 Lakes Institute, formerly known as the Milwaukee Institute, which supports the growth of innovation in the Great Lakes region.
Earlier this year, the Medical Technology Management Institute, an educational institution focused on medical imaging and health tech, announced it was moving its international headquarters from Menomonee Falls to the Milwaukee County Research Park.