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FileInvite is locating its U.S. headquarters in Denver. 

Another international company has picked Denver for its U.S. headquarters.

This time it’s FileInvite from New Zealand.

The “software as a service (SaaS)" company pledged to create up to 144 jobs for a new Denver HQ, which officials said will help the tech company better serve almost 50% of its customer base, which is in America.

“Our rapid growth demonstrates the need in the market for simple, yet impactful document collection solutions like FileInvite,” CEO James Sampson said in a statement Wednesday. “We are looking forward to being a part of the Denver tech community and tapping into the high caliber talent in the area.”

Sampson founded the company in 2015 that now has about 30 employees. Its “platform provides an intuitive customer portal and automated workflows enable users to digitally complete, sign and upload documents, send communications, and keep track of data requests,” according to a news release.

Colorado’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade offered the company up to $1,691,400 in performance-based Job Growth Incentive Tax Credits over eight years. The average salary is $102,049 for sales, marketing and management roles. The company also explored sites in Utah, Texas and Illinois for its U.S. headquarters.

Last month, Indian technology company Square Comp announced locating its U.S. headquarters in Fort Collins and creating more than 50 jobs, with the help of the economic development office’s tax credits package. Square Comp offers virtual reality technical training for manufacturing companies.

Four of the past six companies offered state tax credit packages in 2021 have agreed to locate or expand in Colorado.

“FileInvite is a welcomed addition to our technology and information portfolio of businesses,” economic office Executive Director Pat Meyers said. “They demonstrate Colorado is a competitive location for foreign companies seeking to invest and grow in the U.S. market while increasing employment in the key sector of technology. FileInvite also represents another New Zealand company, one of the countries from which Colorado has targeted increased Foreign Direct Investment, setting up shop in Colorado.”