Technology company investing $1.8 M in Chesterfield operations

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CHESTERFIELD, MO. (KTVI) – Netelligent, an information technology company headquartered in Chesterfield, has announced through Governor Jay Nixon office, that they will be investing $1.8 million into its operation in Chesterfield. The governor’s office says that Netelligent is looking to add 60 employees in support of its global operations.

In 2013, Missouri saw a growth of 2,700 hi-tech jobs, making Missouri one of the leading states in technology job growth, according to Dice.com.

Netelligent provides businesses and companies with technology to run their operations, such as phone systems, servers, networking, and video. Netelligent has servers in downtown St. Louis, Denver and Singapore.

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