Virginian Pilot Inside Business- December 10, 2019
A trio of Virginia Beach technology companies is planning to create hundreds of new local jobs as part of new investment grants from the economic development authority. DOMA Technologies, G2 Ops and InMotion Hosting were all awarded grants from Virginia Beach’s Economic Development Investment Program, according to a Nov. 19 announcement.
Cumberland Times- August 8, 2019
CUMBERLAND — With help from one of its graduates, Allegany County Public Schools will soon catch up to the rest of Maryland when it comes to records maintenance.
ACPS Chief IT Officer Nil Grove at a June school board meeting said she estimates more than a million images in student files are stored in paper form.
Virginian Pilot Inside Business- April 12, 2019
DOMA Technologies scans and converts three to five million documents each month.
Headquartered in Virginia Beach, it has grown quickly since Pat Feliciano started the small, minority-owned business in 2000.
DOMA, which stands for document management, employs about 150 and has a customer base of 250 clients nationwide.
WTKR Channel 3- April 17, 2018
DOMA Technologies, a Virginia Beach-based cloud and document management company, has been awarded a multi-million dollar, four-year national contract from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
The City of Virginia Beach said Thursday that DOMA Technologies LLC plans to add 100 new jobs in the city as part of its partnership with Health Net Federal Services. The partnership will primarily support the Department of Veterans Affairs Patient-Centered Community Care and ...
13 News Now Oct 21, 2014
A Virginia Beach-based company that specializes in cloud-based data and document management plans to create 150 new jobs and lease an additional 15,000 square feet of office space in the city, Governor McAuliffe announced Tuesday.