Governor Eric Greitens announces Rosnet’s plans to create 50 new jobs in Parkville

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Governor Eric Greitens announces Rosnet’s plans to create 50 new jobs in Parkville, Mo.

Last week, Governor Eric Greitens visited Kansas City and St. Louis to celebrate the growth of several companies, announcing their plans to create more than 800 jobs and invest a combined $53.3 million into their operations in Missouri.

Specifically, Gov. Eric Greitens visited Parkville-based Rosnet. The company plans to create 50 new jobs and invest $3,388,000 into their operations. 

Gov. Eric Greitens visits with Rosnet President/CEO Gene Peters in Parkville, Mo.

Founded in 1998, Rosnet was the first web-based enterprise reporting solution for multi-unit restaurant operators. From an initial offering, the company’s products have grown to include tools that assist restaurant managers with controlling food and labor costs and many additional modules that include daily checklists, log books and inventory capabilities. 

“Missouri has momentum as a technology hub where innovative companies like Rosnet can succeed,” said Missouri’s Acting Director of Economic Development Rob Dixon. “Our research centers, entrepreneurial support, and top talent make it the perfect destination for growing companies like Rosnet.”   

From humble beginnings in the founders’ homes, Rosnet opened its first office in the Parkville Commercial Underground under Park University in 2002. When the company operated out of its previous 2,500 square foot facility, it employed a staff of five. Rosnet now occupies over 18,000 square feet of office space where it employs 62 people and runs an SSAE 16 Type 2 Certified and Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliant data center. 

Starting and growing in Missouri, Rosnet finds the state’s business-friendly climate and low cost of living attractive to do business. 

 “I cannot imagine doing business in any other state,” said Gene Peters, President/CEO of Rosnet. “I am looking forward to the expansion of our staff and facilities here in Parkville. I believe that Governor Greitens has the best interests of Missouri’s businesses in mind with the economic development policies that he has proposed.” 

“Rosnet continues to lead the way providing cutting edge, data driven restaurant management software and we’re proud to be able to partner with them and the State of Missouri to ensure continued growth for the long term,” said Mike Kellam, executive director of the Parkville EDC. “They’ve been one of Parkville’s greatest success stories and continue to raise the bar.”

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