Information Technology

Kansas City en route to become the most wired, wireless city in the world

Google will begin testing wireless broadband internet capabilities in Kansas City metro areas via targeted radio spectrums to provide fast, available internet to communities not currently served by Google Fiber. Four ... Read More

New high-tech IT startup Fishtech Labs investing $10.2 million in Kansas City, creating 50 jobs

Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that a new startup, Fishtech Labs LLC, is investing $10.2 million in a headquarters facility in the Martin City area of south Kansas City, where it ... Read More

Missouri Companies Are Fixing the IT Talent Shortage

With the lowest unemployment numbers since 2008 it would seem that the US job market is on the rebound. However, in the Information Technology sector jobs are going unfilled every day. ... Read More

CenturyLink to add jobs at new St. Louis development center

CenturyLink, the Louisiana-based cloud and IT services company, opened a new development center near its Town & Country-based co-location and hosting operations. The new 46,000-square-foot center, on the fourth floor of ... Read More

Missouri Strengthens NGA Proposal

State of Missouri has committed up to $131 million to keeping site in St. Louis Gov. Jay Nixon today joined St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, Congressman Wm. ... Read More

Missouri tech startup Bonfyre expects to double workforce size in 2016

Bonfyre Inc., the creator of a private social communication platform, announced plans to double its presence in St. Louis with the addition of 12 new high-paying jobs this year, bringing total ... Read More

Missouri cities named among top cities for women-owned businesses, tech

Kansas City and St. Louis both took home high rankings among women-owned businesses, while St. Louis was named as new tech center. Wallethub.com named Kansas City and St. Louis as top ... Read More

Global IT company invests $1.8 million in Chesterfield facility, creating 60 new jobs

Netelligent’s expansion in Chesterfield highlights Missouri’s position as national leader in technology job growth Netelligent, a leading provider of technology solutions, plans to hire an additional 60 employees at its Chesterfield ... Read More

San Francisco-based tech firm Pramata expands to Kansas City

Gov. Jay Nixon today visited the Sprint Accelerator to highlight the growing technology sectors of both Kansas City and the state of MissouriThe Governor announced that LaunchCode, a nationally-recognized program that ... Read More

Two Missouri cities named fastest-growing tech startup scenes in the U.S.

St. Louis and Kansas City were recently named the number 1 and number 10 cities, respectively, in the U.S. for fastest-growing startup scenes in the tech sector. The accolade came from ... Read More