• Charlotte-based tech company to open new headquarters, add 200 jobs

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    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - High-tech company Stratifyd announced plans Thursday to open up a new 30,000-square-foot office in the FreeMoreWest neighborhood.

    The expansion would mean at least 200 new jobs in the Queen City over the next three to four years. 

    Stratifyd told Channel 9 it is the fastest growing tech company in Charlotte and focuses on collecting data to help companies improve services.

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    "Our commitment to this is we will mobilize 1 percent of our next year's top line revenue to invest back in the community, primarily in education," Stratifyd CEO Derek Wang said.

     

     

    The company was founded in Charlotte in 2015.

    Over the past year, the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County have partnered to bring over 7,900 news jobs to Charlotte. Stratifyd is the latest company to announce a significant expansion in Charlotte.

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    Last week, Microsoft announced an expansion of its Charlotte location, joining Lowe’s, Honeywell, Better.com, BB&T and SunTrust.

    >>Only Eyewitness News anchor Damany Lewis sat down with Wang before the big announcement. Watch the exclusive interview on Channel 9 at noon.

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