Today is a big day for Core Informatics.
Earlier this afternoon Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy announced $3 million in state funding to support our growth and expansion. In turn, we’ve committed to continue to build one of the fastest growing, innovative software companies right here, in Branford, Connecticut.
Pictured from left to right: Connecticut Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman, State Representative Lonnie Reed, Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy, Core Informatics CEO Josh Geballe, and State Representative Patricia Widlitz.
As the Governor stated in announcing the award, innovation in science and technology are important drivers for the future success of our state. We are honored to have the confidence of our Governor and other state officials as one of the companies that will help lead Connecticut forward in these dynamic industries.
We would like to offer a special thanks to our State Representatives, Lonnie Reed and Pat Widlitz, who toured our offices last November, encouraged us to pursue this partnership with the State Department of Economic and Community Development, and helped guide us through the process.
We would also like to thank Commissioner Catherine Smith and her dedicated staff who appreciate the importance of supporting innovative, new economy companies to our State’s long-term success.
We have only gotten to this point thanks to the support of our clients who have put their faith in us over seven exciting years, and who continue to provide ideas and inspiration for how we can continue to support their efforts to cure diseases, create new sources of renewable energy and develop new consumer products that improve our quality of life.
Now, back to work. We have so much more to do!