Geospatial Software Company Relocates HQ To Missouri, Adds 40 New Jobs

Boundless, a growing geospatial software firm with 100 employees in five offices, announced plans to relocate the company’s headquarters from New York to St. Louis, Missouri. The move is expected to grow Boundless’ Missouri workforce by more than 40 new jobs.

The company is currently working out of the T-REX co-working and tech incubator building in downtown St. Louis, and citied the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) decision to launch their new western headquarters in St. Louis as a major factor for the relocation. NGA is investing $1.7 billion on the project, creating 3,100 new high-skilled technical jobs.

“There is a big geospatial presence in the Midwest and St. Louis specifically,” said Andy Dearing, Boundless CEO. “We’re pretty close to where (NGA’s) new headquarters is. There’s a lot of potential to build geospatial intelligence here and we want to be a part of that.”

Boundless is a provider of commercially supported open geographic information systems (GIS) to government clients, and is working to grow its commercial sector client base, including with agtech companies and utilities.

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