Computer Task Group Creating 100 Jobs in Buffalo, New York
"We're hoping to attract health care people who used to work in Western New York but have moved," said company Chairman and CEO James R. Boldt.
The company already employs up to 250 people in Buffalo. It expects to hire the additional employees by the end of June.
An industry desire to transition to electronic medical records is driving company growth.
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