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TEKsystems Global Services is opening a new IT center in Irving, Texas, the office of Texas Governor Rick Perry announced. TEKsystems will invest $4.8 million in the project and the state is providing $1.1 million through the Texas Enterprise Fund. The center will create 500 jobs.
“Adding this new center in Irving strengthens our existing network of delivery centers allowing us to better serve our clients and provide a true global delivery model. It simply gives us more ways to provide excellent service and flexibility to our clients by tapping into the right skills quickly, efficiently and effectively,” said TEKsystems Global Services Vice President Randy Verdino. “Additionally, this delivery center in Irving allows us to provide organizations with solutions and available technical talent to achieve results that are often not possible in other local markets.”