Total Administrative Services To Create 102 Jobs In Madison, Wisconsin
While information on the firm's investment was not immediately avaiable, Gov. Scott Walker said as a job creation incentive the company is eligible for $400,000 in tax credits through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. Tax credits will be based on the number of jobs created and retained over three years. "The decision by Total Administrative Services Corp. to make this kind of investment in its data center and technology upgrades is good news for Madison."
As part of the investment and expansion the company will enhance its facility and upgrade its data center. Officials also plan to develop new service applications.
Daniel Rashke, TASC's owner, said some new employees will be permitted to work from home, while most will work at their headquarters in Madison at 2302 International Lane in Madison.
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