Bfac.com and the State of Oklahoma recently announced that bfac.com will be expanding operations to the University Research Campus in Norman, Okla. The Norman location will house the company’s new Mobile App Development and Operations Center. Currently located in Ridgeland, Miss., bfac.com will join 15 private companies at the Research Campus.
Brad McMullan, bfac.com President and CEO and an Oklahoma native, said, “Oklahoma is a very special place with a proven record of success for growing businesses around the globe. We hope bfac.com grows the state’s economy with mobile apps the way oil and gas companies have grown the state with energy.”
The company is planning to add up to 100 new jobs in its first year in Oklahoma, with a similar plan for year two. The jobs will include sales, graphic design, client services and marketing, and programming positions.
He spoke about Oklahoma’s colleges and universities and the state’s commitment to higher education.
“They have created a great workforce, so it’s not going to be hard for us to find people to fill the positions that we’re looking for in creating apps,” said McMullan.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin said, “We have worked very hard to build a great business climate in our state. We’re excited and we hope that can continue to build the technology sector and we already have — we have great technology companies in Oklahoma in a great technology environment. This is a big deal for the Norman campus and a big deal for Oklahoma and we’re very, very excited to have a cutting edge company here.”
Bfac.com is an award-winning technology company that provides mobile marketing & communication solutions to businesses, organizations, state and local governments and political figures. Today, bfac.com is the #1 listed business texting company by Google and bfac.com is one of the fastest growing mobile app design companies in the world. Bfac.com has been featured by media outlets around North America including NBC, ABC, FOX, CBS, Clear Channel Radio and Gannett Publishing.