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March 13, 2023

Kaseya to Create 3,400 Jobs in Miami

Enterprise Florida and CareerSource Florida Applaud Kaseya’s Significant Investment in South Florida

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Kaseya has announced it will create 3,400 new direct jobs in Miami over the next three years with a capital investment of more than $16 million. Kaseya, a global IT management software firm, made its initial move to Miami in 2018.

“Kaseya’s monumental announcement further solidifies Florida as a leading technology hub,” said Laura DiBella, Florida Secretary of Commerce and President & CEO of Enterprise Florida. “As talent development is crucial to the growth and vitality of Florida companies, Enterprise Florida worked diligently with our partners at CareerSource Florida to offer Kaseya up to $6.8 million in Quick Response Training funds. We believe this investment will create essential workforce development opportunities that will benefit the Miami-Dade community for years to come.”

The 3,400 new direct jobs will have an average salary of $107,000, an unprecedented investment in the tech industry in Miami-Dade County.

“Florida’s Quick Response Training grant program, administered by CareerSource Florida, increases the competitiveness of Florida businesses in the global economy,” said CareerSource Florida President and CEO Adrienne Johnston. “We are grateful to Governor DeSantis for his commitment to Florida businesses, helping industry leaders like Kaseya increase productivity and profitability with well-trained new hires.”


About Enterprise Florida

Enterprise Florida (EFI), the state’s lead commerce agency, serves as a catalyst for economic development by promoting Florida as a premier business destination and expanding the state’s economy through private-sector job creation. At the forefront of economic development in Florida, EFI is responsible for rolling out the red carpet to business and industry and supporting industry clusters by serving as a lead partner connecting businesses with state and local resources. As a public-private partnership of Florida’s business and government leaders, EFI facilitates job growth through recruitment and retention, business growth through international trade and exporting programs, promotion of the sports industry, promotion and protection of Florida’s military bases, and capital funding programs to assist small and minority businesses. EFI works closely with a statewide network of economic development partners, including DEO, to showcase Florida as the leading state for business.

 About CareerSource Florida

CareerSource Florida, with its business-led board of directors, provides policy direction for talent development programs administered by the Department of Economic Opportunity, Florida’s 24 local workforce development boards and their 100 career centers. The CareerSource Florida State Board serves as the Governor’s principal workforce policy and investment board, working in partnership with DEO, which is responsible for the state workforce system’s fiscal and administrative affairs, and local workforce development boards that serve Florida’s businesses and career seekers. Together, the CareerSource Florida network connects employers with qualified, skilled talent and Floridians with employment and career development opportunities to achieve economic prosperity. Learn more at