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Indianapolis-based Perscio LLC has announced plans to expand operations and add nearly 50 jobs by 2019. The big data management firm says the new positions will pay an average wage of $43 per hour.
February 17, 2015
Indianapolis, Ind. -- In the 21st century, the world has exploded with data. In fact, 80 percent of all the world's data has been created in the last two years alone. To meet this growing demand for managing and analyzing this wealth of information, new Big Data firm Perscio, LLC, has plans to expand operations in Indianapolis with 48 new jobs by 2019.
"Look at Indiana's recent tech boom and you'll see that Hoosiers are driving the future of technology in this nation," said Eric Doden, president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC). "Hoosiers are leading companies like Perscio and innovating new ways to drive business success, all while operating in an environment built for their growth in Indiana."
As data production is projected to grow at a rate of 40 percent per year, and as social media and sensor technologies continue to expand the types of data available, it is more important than ever to have a systematic approach to sorting, analyzing and understanding the true value of Big Data.
Recognizing the limitless potential of Big Data opportunities, Perscio was founded by veteran tech sector CEO Bob Boehnlein in 2014. The company leverages open data sets, predictive analytics, sensor technologies and stunning visualizations to help clients transform their business. The team has several combined decades of experience in information technology, strategic planning and analytics, making it uniquely positioned with strong expertise in this budding landscape.
"We started Perscio out of a passion to make the world of Big Data more approachable and usable. Our goal is to make businesses grow faster using predictive analytics and open data sets," said Boehnlein.
The company will create 48 new jobs with an average wage of $43 per hour by the end of 2019. In support of Perscio's initiatives, the IEDC offered Perscio up to $775,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $60,000 in training grants based on the company's job creation plans. These incentives are performance-based, meaning that until Hoosiers are hired, the company is not eligible to claim incentives.
Perscio is a business consultancy that is focused on working with organizations to create opportunities using data. With unique ranges of expertise, Perscio is able to bridge the gap between the technical world of data science and the practical aspects of business strategy. The team consists of senior-level business practitioners, as well as data scientists and engineers who offer clients guidance to navigate Big Data. Perscio is agile, understanding the complexity of the regulatory landscape and responding to dynamic factors while helping organizations pivot quickly and implement robust solutions.
Perscio is not biased toward any service or product, but evaluates a wide array of solutions in the Perscio Lab to be able to offer recommendations tailored to specific industries. Learn more at perscio.com.
Source: Perscio LLC