Moser Consulting Adding Indy Jobs

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Indianapolis-based Moser Consulting Inc. says it is looking to grow with the Indy technology scene. The company is planning to invest more than $1.5 million to expand its operations in Marion County and add 116 jobs by the end of 2022.

In an email to Inside INdiana Business, a Moser spokesperson says it will remodel its current 14,000-square-foot space on the city's north side to accommodate approximately 20 percent more desk capacity. The company previously remodeled the space, which is the former home of Z's Oyster Bar, into offices in 2014.

"This is not just about hiring. This is about offering top training opportunities to our current workforce to keep each employee at the top of their field, as well as expanding our employee base and building up the skills of new talent," the company said. "For Indiana to stay ahead of the curve we can’t just attract technology professionals, we have to keep them trained up and on top of the quick shifting nature of technology."

The Indiana Economic Development Corp. is offering Moser up to $2.5 million in conditional tax credits. The company will not be eligible to claim the incentives until Hoosiers are hired for the new jobs.

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