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Parisian IT company KoDe looking to locate in Dulles

KoDe Software expects to locate in the Dulles area and add six staff members with an initial investment of $100,000. - Courtesy/KoDe software
Parisian IT company KoDe Software is looking to locate its first North American office in Loudoun County, according to a March 31 county Economic Development Department announcement.

KoDe runs VivaMens, an SQL query accelerator, which allows for faster database searches on the web.

Reports from the company state that it expects to locate in the Dulles area and add six staff members with an initial investment of $100,000.

The company brought in a new CEO and received venture capital money from A Plus Finance in October.

“We welcome KoDe into Loudoun’s sizzling-hot I.T. community,” said Buddy Rizer, Loudoun director of economic development in a prepared statement. “One of the great things about information, communications and telecom companies is that small businesses can make a huge impact in their industry and often grow very quickly.”

“The bottom line is that we chose Loudoun because they made things happen for us. They didn’t just talk a good game; they always did what they said they would do,” CEO of KoDe Software Eric Hifi said in a prepared statement.

Rizer recently mentioned in an interview with the Times-Mirror that the Economic Development Department was hoping to expand its discussions with international businesses.

Dulles International Airport and soon-to-be Metro stops, paired with an ever-friendlier technology community, position the eastern Loudoun area to capture those assets.


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