GyanSys Inc., a software systems development company, will invest 3 million to expand its corporate headquarters and development center in Indianapolis, Indiana, according to the Indiana governor's office. The project will create 139 new jobs over the next six years; the company currently employs 17. "Increased demand for enterprise software solutions is forecasting continued growth for our company," says Raj Una, president of GyanSys. "Indiana continues to provide the skilled and steady work force we need to support that growth and serve our clients both domestically and globally." Company officials plan to begin hiring software, system, and project management associates during the first quarter of next year. GyanSys has been offered up to $2.1 million in performance-based tax credits and $30,000 in training grants from the state, contingent on job creation. Local governments will also provide property tax abatement.
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