Tech company announces plans for Baton Rouge
BATON ROUGE - An India-based software company announced plans Thursday to build facilities in Baton Rouge that would bring more than 200 high-tech jobs to the area.
Stixis Technologies joined state leaders to announce the plans at the Louisiana Tech Park in Baton Rouge.
The software company said it would have a $100,000 capital investment in the area, and bring in around 230 direct and 200 indirect jobs with average salaries just under $60,000.
Stixis develops software for multiple industries, including oil and gas, health care providers, digital media and entertainment, education, retail and government.
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