Iron Bow Technologies Opens New Tampa, Fla. Office; Rene LaVigne Comments

Iron Bow Technologies has opened a new facility in Tampa, Florida, in effort to support the growth of the company’s Service Select offering and provide client services.

The company said Wednesday the 24,000-square-foot office is located at Woodland Corporate Center and features office spaces, training facilities and new technology infrastructure.

Iron Bow has employed 130 locals for the new office with plans to fill another 45 positions by March, the company added.

“The Tampa locale was a logical choice for this operation, offering access to both client service and information technology talent,” said Rene LaVigne, president and CEO at Iron Bow.

The Tampa office will house call center operations — including turnkey facility, client service staffing and systems infrastructure — in support of CareFirst customers under a contract with CareFirst’s Blue Cross Blue Shield Consumer Direct business.

Iron Bow’s other offices are in Virginia, Colorado, Washington, Maryland and Hawaii.

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