June 2, 2023


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McKinney tech business plans to double its workforce

A McKinney-based tech company programs to double its workforce with an business office expansion.

Program organization Falkon Technologies is incorporating one more 3,000 sq. toes to its headquarters at 2150 S. Central Expressway.

The corporation will use the expanded offices to add 20 substantial-tech careers more than the upcoming three many years.

The headquarters addition was partly funded with a grant from the McKinney Financial Development Corp.’s Innovation Fund.

“McKinney has been a great area for us to increase our small business considering that we moved here in 2019,” Riley Fowle, CEO of Falkon Technologies, explained in a statement. “Now to be expanding our team to make out our new entity is accurately what we’ve wished to do, and we appear forward to scaling the company and continuing to bring tech positions to McKinney.”

Falkon Systems options to insert 20 workers with typical salaries of $85,000.

Established in 1998, Falkon Systems has served 250 customers with internet apps, mobile applications and tailor made small business software.

“Falkon has an extraordinary keep track of file & clientele, and we’re pleased to support them scale in McKinney,” Danny Chavez, senior vice president of the McKinney Economic Improvement Corp., reported in a statement. “It’s been extraordinary to see the beneficial response to the innovation fund in the course of the pandemic and that continuing as matters are starting to open up once again.”

“There’s a lot of pent-up demand from small employers that needed a more flexible way to provide benefits,” says Jack Hooper, CEO of Dallas-based Take Command Health.