Myndshft Technologies to Triple in Size in 2019
Mesa-based healthcare tech company moves to larger office to accommodate rapid growth
Myndshft (@Myndshft), a technology company that specializes in blockchain and artificial intelligence in healthcare, announced that it plans to triple its team from 30 to over 100 employees this year. To accommodate this growth, Myndshft relocated from its 4,000-square-foot space to a new 11,000-square-foot office in the Red Mountain Business Park at 3256 N. Higley Road, Mesa, AZ 85215.
Mesa Mayor John Giles led the ribbon-cutting ceremony held March 20 and attended by Councilmember David Luna, Myndshft executives, staff, business neighbors, and local media.
The move signals Myndshft’s strong commitment to the Arizona technology community.
“Myndshft is a great addition to the Falcon Business District and their exponential growth is bringing high tech jobs to Mesa,” said Mayor John Giles. “Healthcare administration is changing and Myndshft is leading the way in using technology to simplify processes.”
“The City of Mesa has focused on making the Falcon District a hub for high-tech businesses, and to see a company like Myndshft not only continue to make it their home base, but also triple the company in size is a real win for District 5 and the City of Mesa,” said Councilmember David Luna. “I am thrilled they will continue to call this area home and I look forward to watching them continue to grow and expand.”
Myndshft’s new office will allow for future growth and expanded strategic partnerships within Arizona’s burgeoning digital-health sector. Founded in 2015 with two employees, Myndshft has experienced hypergrowth rates of 400% with plans to aggressively recruit 75-85 employees over the next nine months across all its departments, particularly in sales, software engineering and operations. The open-concept office space, much like the Myndshft product, is designed to foster efficiency and collaboration among teams.
“We decided to stay in the Phoenix/Mesa area because of its strong local workforce and high quality of living,” said Ron Wince, founder and CEO, Myndshft. “There’s a young and educated workforce in place, which helps to create a viable talent pool for a tech company like ours.”
“It’s companies like Myndshft that have helped Arizona expand its reputation as one of the best places in the country to develop cutting-edge technologies,” said Governor Doug Ducey. “We’re proud to see an Arizona-based company continue to grow at such a phenomenal rate.”
“Myndshft’s advancements have the potential to shape the future of telemedicine not only in Arizona, but around the world,” said Sandra Watson, President and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority. “The rapid expansion of a company that is developing cutting-edge technology speaks to the abundance of skilled, educated talent in our state. We thank Myndshft for its investment in Arizona and congratulate the company on its growth.”
Arizona is ranked No. 9 among the 50 states in tech-industry employment (source: Cyberstates 2017 Innovation Score). It also ranks No. 14 in innovation among all states based on an analysis of tech startups, new tech business establishments and new tech patents.
About Myndshft Technologies, Inc.
Myndshft Technologies is powering the next generation of healthcare administration with blockchain and artificial intelligence. Through their proprietary cognitive blockchain platform, Myndshft is simplifying claims management and prior authorizations, and leading the shift to value-based care.