Archon Tech Strategies, an Indianapolis-based technology solution that assists its customers with communication, acceleration, and productivity, announced today it will add 31 new employees to its rapidly growing company.
Announced today, Archon Tech Strategies, a technology solution company that assists its customers with communication, acceleration, and productivity, will be hiring 31 new employees to join its existing team of employees. Between Archon Tech Strategies and its sister company, ArchonSafe, 51 new jobs will be created. Combined, the two companies will invest up to $1.1M in support of the hirings as part of Indiana’s Economic Development Corporation’s EDGE tax credits.
Archon’s technology solutions provide its customers with new ways to interact within their industry with their suppliers, within their organizations, and with their own customers. The Archon mobile platform allows a company with mobile app needs to rapidly create and scale custom software. The leadership and experience of Archon Tech has led to cutting-edge ideas and developments aimed at improving the communication and operating efficiencies of organizations through app development, as well as the creation of new businesses.
“We’re extremely pleased with the growth and success Archon Tech Strategies is experiencing not only for our own company, but for our customers” said Tony Unfried, Founder and CEO of Archon Tech Strategies. "We’re ready to further our mission by adding a significant number of full-time employees right here in Indiana. Our team is proud to call Indiana home and we are grateful to the IEDC for their support in helping us achieve our company goals."
“Indiana is seeing a strong trend of growth in the technology sector today, supported by homegrown companies like ArchonSafe and Archon Tech Strategies,” said Jim Schellinger, president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. “Hoosiers across our state, like the teams at these two innovative companies, are developing high-tech concepts and advancing the industry, which provides more than 77,000 Hoosier jobs in central Indiana alone. Technology jobs in Indianapolis area are growing three times faster than the national average, and that dramatic growth is a direct result of our Hoosier workforce and an Indiana business climate designed for success.”
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation offered Archon Tech Strategies (in conjunction with its sister company, ArchonSafe) up to $385,000 in conditional tax credits based on the company’s job creation plans. These tax credits are performance-based, meaning until Hoosiers are hired, the company is not eligible to claim incentives. Archon Tech Strategies is hiring for multiple positions across the business. Interested applicants should apply at: http://www.archontech.com/.
Archon Tech Strategies:
Indianapolis-based Archon Tech Strategies was founded in 2010 and provides technology solutions that are flexible and customizable to meet customer’s needs by bridging communication, acceleration, and productivity. By integrating and deploying platforms, the company seamlessly connects consulting and training to businesses. For more information: http://www.archontech.com/
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