Orlando Innovative Technologies

Innovative Technologies

Home to over 2,000 companies creating technology that shapes all aspects of the economy, Orlando fuses experience with ingenuity. Partnering with some of the country’s leading higher education institutions, powerhouse companies including Oracle, Electronic Arts Tiburon and Golf Channel have fostered an experienced workforce of over 30,000 employees with an average wage of roughly $70,000.

Driven by a superior quality of life, passionate creative culture and high value/low cost of operation, Orlando’s dynamic technology industry continues to propel the innovative economy.

This culmination of industry and education has exploded into a burgeoning tech ecosystem with the Southeast’s largest tech meetup group consisting of over 3,000 designers, entrepreneurs and investors bound together by creative workspaces, incubators, accelerators, events and supportive civic entities.

BY THE NUMBERS


FOCUS AREAS

  • Consumer Technology
  • Data Management & Analytics
  • Digital Media
  • E-Commerce
  • Film & Post Production Technology
  • Game & Mobile App Development
  • Software Development
  • Telecommunications

INDUSTRY LEADERS

  • AT&T Mobility
  • Bright House Networks
  • CenturyLink
  • Coleman
  • DiSTI Corporation
  • EA-Tiburon
  • FIS
  • Fiserv
  • GameSim Technologies, Inc.
  • Golf Channel
  • IDEAS
  • IZEA
  • LMG
  • Monster Media
  • Oracle Corporation
  • Pentaho, a Hitachi Systems Company
  • PowerDMS, Inc.
  • Purple, Rock, Scissors
  • SAP
  • SunGard Public Sector
  • Veritas
  • XOS Digital

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Heather Shubirg
Senior Director, Business Development
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