Virginia Beach software development firm to add 300 jobs in expansion – The Virginian-Pilot

DOMA Technologies is investing $3.7 million to expand its Virginia Beach headquarters and add more than 300 jobs, Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced Thursday.

The company’s new 69,000-square-foot facility will house nearly 500 employees within the next three years, according to the release. The Virginia Jobs Investment Program will assist the company in recruiting and training employees.

“It is our vision to be the premier software company for the city, state and broader region,” DOMA founder and president Pat Feliciano said in a press release. “By leveraging innovative machine learning and artificial intelligence tools to bridge the gap between our customers’ data and the decisions they need to make, we believe we are building something unique in the field.”

Since its founding in the city in 2000, the company has grown from a cloud-based document management company to provide comprehensive information management, automated workflows and analytics for federal contractors and private sector clients.

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