Edifecs founder and CEO Sunny Singh.

Edifecs, an 18-year-old company building software solutions for the healthcare industry, is moving into a larger office in west Bellevue.

The Puget Sound Business Journal reports that Edifecs will be expanding to a 71,000 square-foot space at Bellefield Office Park in Bellevue, which is three miles south from its current offices at the Interstate 405 and Route 520 intersection. The new office has more than double the space of Edifecs’ current digs.

Edifecs, founded in 1996 by CEO Sunny Singh, helps more than 300 customers in the healthcare industry decrease their medical, admin and IT costs with software that automates various processes. The company employs more than 600 worldwide, and 240 in Washington.

We’ve reached out to Edifecs for more details and will update when we hear back.

Update, 3:10 p.m.: Bill Cooper, a real estate broker with Colliers International, represents Edifecs and confirmed with us that the company has indeed signed a lease for the Bellefield Office Park space.

Edifecs will be moving three miles south from its current location to the Bellefield Office Park complex.
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  • guest

    since when is a “18-year-old company” a startup?

    • Been There Done That

      Exactly my thought when I read the headline

      • Kevin Mansel

        Was wondering the exact same thing

    • Ashley

      Yep, exactly what I thought. health care las vegas

  • Bing

    Privately held would be more accurate for an 18 year old company with over $50 million in revenues and 600 worldwide employees. Would be an interesting Geekwire profile on how they have grown the business in a constantly changing healthcare market. Reputation as a very tough place to work.

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