Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and EnableComp LLC officials announced on Friday the Franklin-based company will expand its operations and establish a third office in Middle Tennessee.
EnableComp will invest nearly $1 million to open an office in Tullahoma, where it will create 200 jobs over the next five years.
“The lives of Tennesseans are changed when quality jobs are created in our communities, and I’m focused on attracting good jobs and investment to rural Tennessee,” Governor Bill Lee said. “Our state is a fantastic place to do business, and I applaud EnableComp for creating hundreds of new jobs in Tullahoma.”
The company’s Tullahoma operation will process medical insurance claims from submissions to appeals. EnableComp will locate its operations at 1400 Cedar Lane in Tullahoma.
In anticipation of the grand opening of its new facility in September 2019, the company will host a career fair on Aug. 21 from 3-6 p.m. at the Northgate Mall.
“It has been my vision since shortly after joining the company that we would expand outside of the Greater Nashville area,” EnableComp President & CEO David Jones said. “Tullahoma is perfectly situated to be another center of operational excellence, and we look forward to the next chapter of growth as we deliver value to all of our stakeholders. We want to be the employer of choice in Coffee County.”
EnableComp is a full-service processor of complex medical claims, serving more than 800 healthcare providers across 39 states. Founded in 2000, EnableComp currently has approximately 240 employees at its headquarters in Franklin. The company processes 180,000 claims annually and uses clinical expertise, data driven analytics, managed care and proprietary technology to achieve optimal results for its clients.
Since 2015, TNECD has supported six economic development projects in Coffee County, totaling nearly 500 new jobs and $54 million in private capital investment.
“Middle Tennessee is a hub of health care innovation, with more than 250,000 Tennesseans working in the industry across the Greater Nashville region,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “I’m pleased to see one of our homegrown businesses, EnableComp, move forward with this considerable expansion in Coffee County, and I look forward to the ways these 200 jobs will help strengthen the economy in Tullahoma.”