INDIANAPOLIS — A California-based tech company announced Wednesday it plans to invest $1.2 million to establish an office in Indianapolis and create up to 150 high-wage jobs by the end of 2024.
Celigo, an integration platform-as-a-service provider, currently employs more than 300 people worldwide in California, the Netherlands, India and the Philippines, including 17 Hoosiers who work remotely, according to a news release from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.
The Indianapolis office will be Celigo's third location in North America.
“During this critical time for digital transformation, hundreds of new customers have been coming to Celigo to automate business processes across the enterprise," said Jan Arendtsz, founder and CEO of Celigo. "We're looking to significantly increase headcount in 2021 and build a world-class team, and Indianapolis has proven to be a great place to find the top-notch talent we need.”
The new Indianapolis facility will house portions of Celigo's implementation, support, product, engineering, customer success, sales and marketing operations. Company leadership will hire for all positions and it is looking into location options.
The IEDC offered Celigo up to $2.25 million in conditional tax credits and up to $250,000 in conditional training grants based on the company's job creation plans.
"We're excited to add Celigo to our ever-growing tech industry," Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett said. "Today's announcement demonstrates once again that Indianapolis can attract, retain and grow good-paying jobs with our vibrant quality of life, welcoming business landscape and strong talent pool."
People interested can apply online.