McCrory announces 400 jobs coming to Wake County in 2017

June 3, 2013 2:57:38 PM PDT
Gov. Pat McCrory announced Monday that Evalueserve will be opening an office in Research Triangle Park, bringing 400 jobs to the area by 2017.

Evalueserve is a worldwide research and analytics company headquartered out of the U.S. and Europe. It is one of the largest "Knowledge Process Outsourcing" companies in the world.

The project was made possible by a state Job Development and Investment Grant, which is awarded to new and expanding businesses and industrial projects.

"We are committed to creating new jobs in North Carolina, and we welcome these new, high-skilled jobs to Wake County," said North Carolina Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker. "We know that Evalueserve will find the qualified talent it needs to succeed and expand its presence in the U.S."

The company plans to open its U.S. Center for Excellence in RTP for data analytics and big data science.

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