“We see Dallas as an opportunity to centralize our location as we expand globally, recruit great talent, and increase our operational excellence,” said Darko Dejanovic, chief executive officer of the Sorrento Valley-based company.
“Texas’ strong job creation climate has allowed our economy to grow, attracting high tech companies, investment, and jobs in Texas,” said Texas Governor Rick Perry.
The San Diego Business Journal reported that Texas is providing $8.6 million in incentives to assist the relocation.
ACTIVE said the transition will take place over the coming year and the company will keep a presence in San Diego.
ACTIVE provides software for managing activities, events and organizations. Customers include marathons, athletic clubs, churches and tourist attractions. The company was founded in San Diego in 1999.