Information Technology

Missouri’s highly skilled talent continues to drive growth as KPMG adds 175 new IT positions

KPMG said Tuesday it would add 175 new information technology jobs to its downtown St. Louis office, at 10 S. Broadway. The new hires, made over the next three years, will ... Read More

Crestwood IT company ThrottleNet adding 24 new full-time jobs

The jobs will be added within the next 5 years. ThrottleNet is an information technology consulting firm offering technology solutions from managed network services to cloud computing and custom software development ... Read More

St. Louis Sees Significant Growth in the Regional Tech Scene

Square, Pandora and Uber are among the latest tech companies to call St. Louis home. For the past few years, Missouri has seen significant growth in its tech scene. With statewide ... Read More

Music streaming service Pandora opens office in St. Louis

Music streaming service Pandora on Monday opened an office in the Cortex innovation district. The St. Louis office will be home to a sales staff of five to seven employees. “Pandora ... Read More

Chicago IT firm will move HQ to KC, raises $3.5M

A Chicago-area privacy solutions firm praised by Edward Snowden will move its corporate headquarters to Kansas City by the end of the year and plans to close on a $3.5 million ... Read More

Tech giant Cisco reveals more details about Kansas City’s “smart city” plan

Silicon Valley giant Cisco revealed more details about its agreement with Kansas City, Missouri, as well as information about the companies helping it implement its “Smart+ Connected Communities” and “Living Lab” ... Read More

KC signs ‘smart city’ deal with Cisco, Sprint

Kansas City on Thursday signed a “smart city” agreement with Cisco Systems Inc. and Sprint Corp. The more than $15 million plan aims to upgrade infrastructure and promote technological innovation in Downtown, ... Read More

Doing business 100 feet underground

Here’s a novel way to slash your business expenses in half: Relocate 100 feet underground. In the Midwest, many businesses have done just that. In states like Missouri, Kentucky and Pennsylvania, ... Read More

Gov. Nixon signs bill to encourage high-tech data centers to locate and create jobs in Missouri

Gov. Jay Nixon today signed Senate Bill 149, which provides a fiscally responsible incentive for new and expanding data centers that create jobs and make new capital investments in Missouri.  “Consistent ... Read More

World Wide Technology signs letter of intent to build $60 million headquarters at Westport

Officials with World Wide Technology have signed a letter of intent to build a new $60 million headquarters in Westport Plaza, said Bob O’Loughlin of Lodging Hospitality Management. The project, which ... Read More