Software application company adding 431 jobs in Wake Co. - WNCT

Software application company adding 431 jobs in Wake Co.

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A software application development company is adding 431 jobs to Wake County by the end of 2016.

Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced Thursday that DB Global Technology, Inc. will expand its software development center in Wake County.

The company plans to invest over $13.5 million in its Cary location. The company already employs 205 people at its Cary location. 

"High-tech research companies like DB Global Technology, Inc. know that North Carolina is just the place for their business to grow," said Governor McCrory in a written release. "The additional IT jobs that they'll create will strengthen the Cary corporate mix and be an example to others of the strong talent pool and attractive quality of life that characterizes this region of the state." 

DB Global Technology, Inc. produces software applications for financial instrument trading, order management and transaction processing, algorithmic trading, risk calculation and web-based front-end applications for Deutsche Bank AG.  

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