Tech Company Plans To Hire Up To 250 Workers In Vermont | Vermont News



WATERBURY, Vermont (AP) – A company that provides information technology advice to state and local governments plans to hire up to 250 workers over the next five years at Waterbury, officials said.

MTX created the Vermont Pandemic Unemployment Assistance System and offers contact tracing and vaccine management systems to other states. It employs around 11,000 people around the world.

“When we go to New York, Texas and other places, creating 100 jobs, 250 jobs don’t have as much of an impact. But in Vermont, it’s very impactful, ”Das Nobel, founder and CEO of MTX Group, told WCAX-TV.

The first 25 employees are expected to arrive this fall at the former 18,000 square foot Keurig Dr Pepper plant.

Nobel grew up in a small village in Bangladesh. He says he’s invested in making an impact on rural communities.

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Mark Pomilio of Revitalizing Waterbury has been in talks with MTX for several months. The state has authorized a Vermont Job Growth Incentive Grant of up to $ 6 million on the condition that MTX creates jobs and remains in the state.

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