Tech Company DEVNET Announces Chattanooga Expansion

  • Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Automated property tax tech company DEVNET will open new operations in Chattanooga. This government software solutions company will be using automated tax property solutions to allow for modern and scalable support to municipalities, counties and government entities.

“We welcome DEVNET as the latest tech company to locate in Hamilton County,” said Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger. “This project will help attract additional tech companies and talent in our region.”

DEVNET’s Edge product line offers Integrated Land Records Management solutions for Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal, Assessment Administration, Billing, Collection, Permitting, Records Management, wEdge e-government and Mapping GIS Capabilities.

“The continued growth of Chattanooga’s technology industry is critical for Chattanooga’s long term economic success,” said Charles Wood, vice president Economic Development, Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce. “We have been proud to support DEVNET with their location and growth in downtown Chattanooga.”

DEVNET will bring more than 20 new tech jobs as well as a suite of solutions that include Tax Claims, Permitting and Zoning, Tax Calculation and more.

“We are excited to have DEVNET join our growing tech community,” said Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly. “Attracting companies like this to Chattanooga will continue to help build a great technology talent pool and create high paying jobs for Chattanoogans.”

Since 2015, the Chattanooga Chamber has assisted with new business locations and expansions totaling over $2.5 billion in investments and over 8,300 jobs.

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