Leading education-focused managed services provider to create more than 70 new tech jobs in Davidson County  

Nashville – Technology Lab officials announced today the company will invest $1.8 million to expand its services in the Greater Nashville region. 

“Technology Lab is excited to further expand our operations in Tennessee. This expansion will allow us to better serve our clients in the K-12 education space, which will help us to fulfill our mission of improving education through technology,” said Technology Lab Founder and CEO Josh Boyd.

As part of the project, Technology Lab will create 71 new jobs in Davidson County at the company’s headquarters on Cleveland Avenue. 

“Technology Lab’s expansion is creating greater opportunity for skilled workers across Nashville, and we hope these new positions will not only help attract but also retain talent in Tennessee,” said Governor Bill Lee.

The additional staff of engineers and technicians will assist Technology Lab with its recent growth and better serve the company’s tech customers nationwide. Headquartered in Nashville, Technology Lab is a managed services provider for educational institutions. The company services K-12 schools across the U.S. from its locations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.

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