Rev-Ignition revenue cycles to San Antonio marketRev-Ignition revenue cycles to San Antonio markethttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=140162016-08-01T05:00:00Z2016-08-01T18:00:00Z

​SAN ANTONIO - The mass exodus of California-based companies heading for Texas' friendlier business climate has made its way to San Antonio with Rev-Ignition's decision to move its headquarters to the city's downtown.

The revenue cycle management company—previously based in Ontario, California—will set up its operations at 110 Broadway and expects to hire more than 25 people by next summer.

Rev-Ignition has seen its revenue increase by more than 300 percent over the past two years, and expects it could triple by the end of 2017.

However, the positions Rev-Ignition are currently hiring for are all entry-level positions that appear to pay between $12 to $22 an hour.

According to California-based Spectrum Location Solutions, the West Coast state has lost 9,000 companies over the past seven years, with Texas as the top state to which businesses migrated.

In Spectrum's study, San Antonio was tied in 10th place with Salt Lake City for metro areas benefiting from California's divested interests, while Austin and Dallas tied for first and second, respectively.

Major companies such as Toyota, Charles Schwab Corp., Jamba Juice, HID Global, Active Network, and Chevron Corp. have all moved jobs—or their entire headquarters—to Texas over the past few years.

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