Information Technology & Software

Ranking as the second fastest growing metro area in North America for tech-sector jobs, Greater Phoenix is becoming a hub for software and emerging technology companies. Chandler has helped to spur this growth with its base of data centers, network solutions, software engineering, payment processing and other mission critical operations. Below are some of the leading companies operating in Chandler.
 

The worldwide online payment systems company operates a customer service center in Chandler with more than 1,600 employees.

The company’s Arizona IT Innovation Center is one of only four in the United States with approximately 890 employees. Workers are involved in areas such as ride sharing, vehicle-to-vehicle communication, manufacturing and IT security.

Headquartered in Chandler with approximately 500 employees, Keap provides small business customer relationship management, sales and marketing software.

Headquartered in Chandler, StrongMind develops technology and curriculum for online and blended-learning schools. The company has approximately 450 employees.

The global learning company has an office in Chandler on the Price Corridor. Positions include enrollment advisors for online classes of colleges and universities.

Delivers innovative GPS technology across diverse markets, including aviation, marine, fitness, outdoor recreation, tracking and mobile apps.

Headquartered in Chandler, CampusLogic provides cloud-based software that improves financial aid at colleges and universities for both students and staff. The company has approximately 120 employees at its Chandler office.

Headquartered in Chandler, MST Solutions offers industry leading expertise in Salesforce, cloud integration, and marketing automation. The company has approximately 70 employees at its Chandler office.

The Fortune 500 company and global provider of IT services acquired a 48-acre, 295,000-square-foot site in the Airpark Area where it will relocate its corporate headquarters. The company expects to begin operating in the space by the end of 2020.