Allen continues his economic triumph by relocating from a California corporation.
Inbenta Holdings Inc., a global artificial intelligence company, is moving its headquarters from the San Francisco area to a tower on US Highway 75 Avenue.
Inbenta is leasing about 5,000 square feet of office space at one of Bethany West’s high-rises, according to planning documents filed with the state.
The new office is set to open this summer.
The technology company started operations in Spain and serves more than 1,000 customers worldwide.
Inbenta CEO Melissa Solis previously founded Giact Systems, an Allen tech company that is a consumer reporting agency.
“Allen has an incredible talent,” Solis said in a statement. “North Texas universities and colleges have made significant progress over the past 20 years in preparing students for today’s business and technology opportunities.
While North Texas companies previously had to hire from outside the region, today we have incredible talent here.
Inbenta has offices in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
The company recently received a $40 million investment from Austin-based Tritium Partners.
The AI firm is the latest out-of-state company to land in Allen.
California-based mobile network company MD7 LLC moved into a Bethany West building last year.
And Washington state-based digital payments firm Pushpay recently acquired an office in the same building.
Earlier this year, the high-rise on Bethany Drive west of US Highway 75 was sold to Oklahoma-based Hall Capital and North Texas-based Pillar Business.