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Innovation to move to new facility to accommodate strong growth

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JOHNSON CITY, N.Y.Innovation, makers of PharmASSIST pharmacy automation solutions, today announced that the company is moving to a 91,000 square foot campus, located at the newly renamed 701-720 Innovation Way (formerly Azon Road) in Johnson City, N.Y. to accommodate expanding operations and recent staff growth. The new site virtually doubles Innovation’s current space, which is spread across three separate sites in Johnson City.

“In the past several months, we’ve had the good fortune to secure multiple large contracts with both government and commercial customers, and in response to that business we’ve hired 68 new employees and are still hiring,” said Mary Reno, chief executive officer, Innovation. “Due to this rapid growth and the need to build and test these large high-volume pharmacy systems, we needed to expand our space and our goal was to have all employees at one centralized campus.”

Innovation has begun detailed planning of the necessary renovations the company will require and has developed the transition plan related to moving to the new site, all of which will take place over the ensuing three to six months. The Village of Johnson City’s Village Board approved the renaming of Azon Road to Innovation Way at last evening’s board meeting and will now take the respective actions to implement the resolution.

“Our founder and my father, Harry Boyer, was always committed to keeping Innovation in Johnson City. Therefore, I’m very happy to say we’ve lived up to Harry’s pledge, and we’re confident that our new campus on Innovation Way will enable all of us to work together more efficiently and be better equipped to respond to market demands,” said Reno.


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