By Carrie Ghose
Columbus Business First
A health IT startup that provides software and data analytics for coordinated-care networks says it will add 163 jobs over six years in a move to Columbus from Dublin.
InXite Health Systems Inc. is seeking a jobs creation incentive that was to be introduced to Columbus City Council on Monday. A vote comes at a later meeting.
CEO James Paat founded the company in 2013, three years after selling his data-mining company that worked with police and other governmental agencies. The acquirer, Saama Technologies Inc., continues to grow its office in Worthington.