Ameet Shah’s 7-year-old Wodify, which creates software for the fitness industry, is moving later this month from Cherry Hill to 1100 Ludlow St. in Philadelphia.

The new, 10,000-square-foot space gives the company greater access to top tech talent, Shah, the CEO, said in a statement Thursday. Wodify has 30 local employees and an additional 45 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Its products, which include a software platform to manage gym operations and fitness classes and provide performance tracking, are in use in more than 4,500 gyms in more than 85 countries. Shah said Wodify’s sales are in excess of $10 million.

Ameet Shah (in his signature year-round flip-flops) and the team at Wodify are headed to Philadelphia.
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Ameet Shah (in his signature year-round flip-flops) and the team at Wodify are headed to Philadelphia.

Wodify will officially move into the Ludlow Street building on March 22, when it is hosting a “Welcome to Philly” party open to the public from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. To reserve a spot, go here.

San Francisco 49ers president Al Guido, a South Jersey native, will participate in a discussion with 6ABC’s anchor Rick Williams. Shah said the property has been designed to host large events, “so we can serve as a hub for connecting the business and tech communities.”

Wodify is bringing to Philadelphia its commitment to community service that is a signature of Shah’s companies.

In July 2016, Shah, who grew up in Elizabethtown, Pa., shuttered Conigent, a Haddonfield-based technology-consulting company he founded in 2007, to concentrate on Wodify’s growth.