Bick Group (HQ St. Louis) provides design, assess floor, fire protection, and building controls solutions for data centers.
Cass Information Systems (HQ St. Louis) provides payment and information services for financial, accounts payable, transportation, logistics, utility and telecommunications applications.
Cerner Corporation (HQ Kansas City) provides health care information technology solutions.
Commenco (HQ Kansas City) is the authorized Motorola service facility in the Kansas City metropolitan area, and specializes in the sales, installation and maintenance of wireless communications and 9-1-1 equipment. The company is a Certified Service Center and currently employs seventeen certified, factory-trained, technicians specializing in portable radios, mobile radios, pagers, closed-circuit camera equipment, computer networks, and broadband wireless applications.
DST Systems (HQ Kansas City) offers automated recordkeeping for the mutual fund industry. A division of Kansas City Southern Industries, DST is the largest provider of third-party shareholder recordkeeping in the U.S.
Emerson Electric Company (HQ St. Louis) offers products and services in process management, climate technologies, network power, storage solutions, professional tools, appliance solutions, major technologies, and industrial automation. Emerson recently built a new data center in Missouri powered by more than 550 solar panels, providing 16% of the center’s energy requirements during peak output.
Graybar (HQ St. Louis) is a Fortune 500 company and a leader in the distribution if high quality electrical, telecommunications and networking products.
Handmark (HQ Kansas City) is one of the leading developers and distributors of mobile media software solutions for a range of mobile devices in the world. The company provides software applications for various mobile handsets and provides services to several mobile phone manufacturers, such as Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Hitachi, HTC, LG and Sony. It additionally has partnerships with various network providers, including O2, Orange, Vodafone and T-Mobile.
IBM (Columbia) recently selected Columbia for a new technology delivery center, which will provide customer assistance for more than 800 IBM products.
Jack Henry & Associates (HQ Monett) processes transactions, automates business processes and manages mission-critical information for more than 8,700 financial institutions and corporate entities.
MEMC Electronic Materials (HQ St. Louis) is a global leader in the manufacture and sale of wafers and related products to the semiconductor and solar industries.
Moblico Solutions (HQ Kansas City) develops mobile applications by combining web, messaging, and e-commerce capabilities that help companies to focus on revenue generation.
Rarewire (HQ Kansas City) is a software and services company that provides its technology, design and support capabilities to create native Apps on iOS and other mobile devices. The company relocated to Missouri in 2012.
Savvis (HQ St. Louis) a CenturyLink Co., is an IT services company providing cloud, managed hosting, managed security, colocation, professional, and network services to businesses and government agencies worldwide. The company offers hosting services comprising colocation services for clients seeking data center space and power for their server and networking equipment needs; and managed hosting services for clients’ IT infrastructure and network needs.
Simclar Group (Springfield) dedicated to backplane assembly and high level integration of complex electronic systems for leading telecom and datacom customers.
Sporting Innovations (Kansas City) a company that creates web software to enrich the experience of sports fans, including mobile applications, announced plans to expand operations in Kansas City in 2012. The company plans to make a capital investment of $20 million and create 120 new high-tech jobs over the next three years.
Suddenlink Communications (HQ St. Louis) is among the 10 largest U.S. cable broadband companies, offering TV, internet and phone to 1.3 million customers.
World Wide Technology (HQ St. Louis) is one of America’s largest private companies and one of the leading systems integrators that provides technology and supply chain solutions to customers and suppliers in the world. It manages planning, procurement and deployment processes of its clients through its e-commerce applications. World Wide Technology also provides asset recovery, pre-sales technical support, and integration and staging services.