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1/29/2010
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Bob Evans
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Texas IT Firm Adding 100 Jobs

A Dallas-based IT services firm with 500 employees is looking to add 100 new jobs this year to support its growing business in managed IT services, applications development, project management, and infrastructure services. About half of the new jobs are based in Dallas while others will be spread around the U.S.

A Dallas-based IT services firm with 500 employees is looking to add 100 new jobs this year to support its growing business in managed IT services, applications development, project management, and infrastructure services. About half of the new jobs are based in Dallas while others will be spread around the U.S.Buchanan Technologies is looking to boost its 2009 revenue of $50 million to $60 million this year, according to a WichitaBusinessJournals.com article:

The firm is expected to add 100 employees during 2010, says Teresa Hoelle, director of marketing and business development for PEQ [which Buchanan just acquired]. About half of those will be added at its Dallas headquarters. The remainder will be spread among the company's other offices in Miamisburg; Charlotte, N.C.; Ontario, Canada; Sofia, Bulgaria; and Wichita.

Under the Careers heading on Buchanan's website, the company offers this perspective on its attitude toward employees: "Our People have made Buchanan Technologies what we are today and they will be the deciding factor of our future success. Joining our team means making a commitment to service excellence. It's what we deliver to our customers. It's what they deserve and expect. We know that life exists outside the walls of your cubicle so we are keen in striking the right balance between work and family life. We constantly enable and support not only professional achievement, but personal achievement as well."

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