General Atomics - CCRi Software Program Takes Flight in Utah

50 jobs

10,000 sq. ft.

Project Rooster

June 29, 2023

The Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) is pleased to announce that General Atomics - CCRi plans to expand its Utah presence and add up to 50 new jobs.

“This is an important win for tech and aerospace in Utah,” said Scott Cuthbertson, president and CEO of EDCUtah. “General Atomics has made significant investments in Utah, and we’re happy to see that continue with CCRI’s expansion.”

GA-CCRi develops and deploys artificial intelligence (AI) enabled advanced analytics and software solutions to deliver real-time situational awareness and actionable intelligence for their clients. Over the last 10 years, GA-CCRi has become an industry leader in geospatial storage, visualization, and analysis, and has developed applications that are now mission-critical for the U.S. Department of Defense, intelligence community, and commercial customers. The 2021 acquisition by General Atomics allowed the company to continue to grow and expand its capability to provide software, analytic, and information engineering solutions to customers across the government and private sectors. 

“GA-CCRi is excited about the opportunity to establish our office and expand our footprint in this ever-growing tech community of Lehi,” stated Brian Ralston, president of GA-CCRi. “The space and amenities will greatly enhance our current operations, enable us to grow with an expanded customer base, and allow us to continue to attract and retain outstanding technical talent.”   

“Lehi City is excited to welcome General Atomics - CCRi to the heart of Silicon Slopes, and we look forward to working with them as they continue to grow,” said Marlin Eldred, economic development director for Lehi City. “As an industry leader in software engineering and data analytics, CCRi takes data and turns it into knowledge for companies. This exemplifies what Silicon Slopes is about and demonstrates the strengths of the technology sector in Utah.”  

Erin Farr, vice president of business development, led Project Rooster for EDCUtah.

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Erin Farr

Vice President of Business Development