Infosys doubles down on Rhode Island, commits to 1,000+ employees in the Ocean State
Infosys, a global leader in consulting, technology, and next-generation services, joined Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo and Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor to announce that it plans to hire 500 additional tech workers in Rhode Island by 2023.
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L3Harris Technologies to Invest $1.5M in Rhode Island for Navy Sonar Work
L3Harris Technologies, an aerospace and defense technology company, plans to expand in Ashaway, Rhode Island, by investing $1.5 million in its operations, according to the company press release. The company will add more than 40 positions and increase its manufacturing space to 92,000 square feet.
A Rhode Island-based technology innovation nonprofit is expected to receive $1 million in tax credits and an extra $500,000 in funding to create a research and development lab and workspace for the textiles, composites and undersea defense industries in Portsmouth.