Inductive Automation plans to expand, construct 2 buildings

March 18, 2020
The expansion will allow the company to triple its number of employees

Inductive Automation have purchased land near its headquarters, with plans to construct two new buildings. The expansion comes after more than 2 years after its previous expansion, when the company purchased a building that allowed it to grow to 285 employees. With the two new buildings, Inductive Automation will be able to triple its number of employees.

The company will continue to use its current building, which is only 350 feet from the new site. Groundbreaking for the first new building is scheduled for September.

Inductive Automation makes industrial automation software that’s used in more than 100 countries. According to the company, for the last 10 years, its revenues have grown, on average, 55 percent each year. It cites its Ignition product as the key driver of the growth. Ignition is an industrial application platform with numerous tools for building solutions in human-machine interface (HMI), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

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