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CDP Approved to Participate in the Kentucky Business Incentives and Financial Program
CDP, which maintains a headquarters in Frankfort, Kentucky, had to meet stringent participation criteria including hiring a select number of employees, with a commitment to hire more in the coming year, all meeting wage and benefits requirements. Additionally, they must incur at least $100,000 in investment costs.
The company not only met, but exceeded all of the project requirements. They have hired 11 new Kentucky employees and invested more than $300,000 for building construction and improvements, with another $200,000 in new equipment.
"CDP is pleased to receive the Notice of Activation from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority for our Kentucky Business Investment project," said CDP Chief Executive Officer, Stan Cochran.
"The activation notice recognizes our achievement of the requirements for business investment and staffing in the Commonwealth. We are proud of our Kentucky heritage and excited to grow our staff and facilities here. We look forward to continued expansion over the coming years."
A nationally‐recognized corporation specializing in custom software solutions for public health, CDP is one of only a handful of companies worldwide to focus on the public health market. Since 1981, the company's healthcare portfolio has grown to include applications ranging from environmental inspections to electronic health records, with a specialized practice focusing on WIC services. Services offered range from custom software development, hosted software applications, web‐based and mobile application development, network services, and a variety of customer support services. CDP understands government processes and regulations in the public healthcare industry, having developed customized solutions to help agencies meet federal and state guidelines and electronic business requirements. For more information about CDP, visit http://www.cdpehs.com.
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Trysh Thompson, Communications Manager