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Silicon Valley’s LeverX relocates HQ to South Florida and expands internationally

on February 22, 2023 / by Nikki Cabus ,

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Global system integrator LeverX announced the relocation of its corporate headquarters to South Florida. The company believes that by moving from California to Florida it enables them to better meet the needs of customers and collaborate with our partners in the U.S. and globally as they continue to expand internationally.

“Miami’s tech space is growing at a rapid pace, with companies such as LeverX choosing South Florida as the next logical step for their business,” said Laura DiBella, Florida Secretary of Commerce and President & CEO of Enterprise Florida. “Florida was ranked #1 for new tech business establishments in 2021 by CompTIA, and we only expect to see more growth occur in the years to come. With our tremendous quality of life, skilled workforce, and business-friendly environment, Florida is primed to support the flourishing tech industry.”

Wells Fargo Center

Apart from a thriving tech and business culture, LeverX will benefit from Miami’s location. Thanks to global accessibility, Miami International Airport is now one of the busiest airports in the world, making the city a convenient place for business operations and meetings. Miami’s convenient central location will allow LeverX to increase the effectiveness of communications with customers across multiple countries and time zones and streamline operations between its offices across North America, Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East.

LeverX was founded in Silicon Valley in 2003 and has since become a global system integrator that provides SAP implementation services and custom software development to companies of all sizes. The company supports clients in North America, Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East with over 1600 employees in 14 offices across 10 countries. LeverX Group unites two teams: LeverX and Emerline. Some of the primary industries they work with are automotive, metals and mining, retail, fintech and healthcare.

A Cushman & Wakefield representative told South Florida Tech Hub that the new LeverX headquarters is located at 333 S. E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 2000, Miami in the prestigious Wells Fargo Center in a Regus Group executive suite. This building has become one of Miami’s preeminent business addresses and stands 47-stories tall in the heart of Downtown Miami, making it the fifth tallest building in Florida. This fabulous fabulous tower building comes with terrific views across the city and Biscayne Bay.

James Kohnstamm

“Miami is a natural fit for a global tech leader like LeverX,” said James Kohnstamm, EVP, Miami-Dade Beacon Council, the County’s official economic development organization. “One of the fastest growing innovation hubs in the country, Miami is a diverse community that is entrepreneurial at its core and is invested in the success of companies that choose to call it home. Boasting local, national and international talent with strong SAP expertise, we look forward to having LeverX engage with our thriving tech cluster and contribute to its continued growth.”

Recent explosion in business and technology has made Miami and surrounding South Florida an increasingly desirable place to live, work, and travel. With an intention to offering innovative, cutting-edge digital solutions, LeverX presence is excited to be a part of Florida’s growing tech hub and Miami’s growing business and tech scene.

“Miami-Dade is a connected and global gateway, teeming with stories of talent, innovation, and drive. As we build a Miami-Dade that is workforce, idea, and future-ready – we’re excited to welcome tech leaders like LeverX, so that together, we can author the next chapter of tech in America,” – said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava.

Victor Lozinski

LeverX’s Co-founder and Chairman of the Board, Dr. Victor Lozinski, commented on the decision to choose Miami as the new location for the company’s headquarters stating that “After exploring possible locations, we have selected Miami, Florida, as the new site for our LeverX Global Headquarters. Its welcoming environment and popular attractions make Miami an appealing setting to host corporate events and customer meetings. Our new home will enable us to better meet the needs of our customers and collaborate with our partners, both in the U.S. and around the world. We are excited to become part of Miami’s growing tech community and look forward to the next chapter in the company’s history,” said Dr. Victor Lozinski.

The LeverX office in Mountain View, California will continue working with clients  on the West Coast, while offering cutting-edge technologies and building innovative solutions for startups and established companies. For more information, please visit

Silicon Valley’s LeverX relocates HQ to South Florida and expands internationally