Aiden Technology has decided to move north of Plano to McKinney for their expansion according to a Dallas Morning News article from June 15 which reports,
“Aiden Technologies is packing up its Plano headquarters and setting up shop less than 10 miles northeast in McKinney, amidst a booming technology cluster.
Following tech companies like Review Wave and HBCU Hub, the AI and cybersecurity startup is the next business to make the move to McKinney and the 29th grant recipient from the city’s Innovation Fund. It will open its new headquarters in Serendipity Labs’ co-working space in the McKinney Craig Ranch neighborhood.
“Aiden is indicative of the type of company we are looking to attract to McKinney, and we are thrilled that they have chosen to headquarter in our community,” McKinney Economic Development Corp. president Peter Tokar III said in a statement. “This grant is an investment in the growth of our city, our talented people, and the future of our thriving tech industry.”
The company quintupled revenues in 2021 and reached $1 million in annual recurring revenue earlier this year. Over the next three years, Aiden Technology said it is on target for additional growth and is actively hiring.”
While Aiden Technology is moving out, another tech firm is coming in as CCI Integration of California is looking at Plano for their new operations according to a Dallas Morning News article from June 13. They say,
“San Jose-based CCI Integration manufactures custom computer server equipment for clients around the world.
Founded in 1985, the company expanded the business to Europe in 2014 and has an office in the Netherlands.
The location will eventually house 139 workers, and the Plano City Council is set to vote on $87,735 in economic development incentives for the project.
The new operation is scheduled to open in August, according to planning documents filed with the state. And CCI Integration is seeking technicians and logistics workers for the operation.”
At the moment, CCI Integration is negotiating with Plano with a proposal for incentives as it plans to use up 69,000 square feet of space to house more than 500 employees.