Growth Planned For Salesforce Integration Provider

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An Indianapolis-based technology consultant that focuses on Salesforce platform integration is growing. Galvin Technologies Inc. is planning to invest more than $600,000 into a larger office, new technology and nearly 40 additional jobs by 2022. The company currently employs 12 and could relocate to new space at the beginning of next year.

Galvin Technologies says the new positions, which include Salesforce consultants, administrators and developers, plus project management and sales executive jobs, are expected to pay on average double the average wage in the state.

The announcement follows the grand unveiling Saturday of Salesforce Tower in downtown Indianapolis. The California company's regional headquarters is expected to create some 800 Hoosier jobs over time.

Galvin Technologies was launched 13 years ago by Gary Galvin as a website development business. Last year, Galvin Technologies became a full-service Salesforce integrator. Galvin says "when my family moved to Indiana to pursue career growth opportunities, at the time I wasn't too familiar with Indiana's business environment. But after being in Indiana for a year and a half there was a clear opportunity to finally start the company and Indianapolis very quickly wrapped its arms around the business and my family, allowing us to quickly grow and thrive here."

The company has been offered more than $800,000 in conditional tax credits and training grants by the Indiana Economic Development Corp. You can connect to more about the growth plans by clicking here.

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