New Jersey

N.J. Software Company Adds Jobs by ‘Reshoring’

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Bridgewater, N.J., custom application developer Mantra Information Services will bring a number of the company’s tech jobs back to the U.S. through what it calls a “reshoring” effort. While the company wouldn’t disclose the number of jobs it would create here, its development center in India – which it shut down in October – employed 45 people. CTO Maulik Shah told Dice News that the company is in the process of hiring for a number of positions, including UI/UX designers… continue…

N.J.’s Internet Gambling May Create IT Jobs

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Online gambling in New Jersey goes live on November 26, and a number of online wagering companies are betting that new jobs, including IT positions, are sure to crop up as a result, says the Press of Atlantic City. PokerStars, 2UP Gaming, Bwin.party, 888 Holdings and other Web companies operating gambling sites overseas are looking to enter the New Jersey market, but they will first need to get a New Jersey Internet gambling license. “All of the jobs I’m talking… continue…

New Jersey Tech Opportunities Grow Dramatically

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The number of New Jersey tech jobs is rising, driven by growing employer demand and state incentives. In an interview with Dice News, New Jersey Technology Council CEO and President Maxine Ballen said that the Garden State’s tech companies are adding positions while new businesses are also cropping up, resulting in an improving job environment. “There’s a comfort level building and companies are adding skilled labor to their workforce,” she said. New Jersey is offering incentives to encourage companies to… continue…

New Jersey Data Center Outage Takes Down Services

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A power outage at the state’s data center sent some employees home early, on top of shutting down services such as processing unemployment checks. continue…