RENO, Nev. (AP) — Another software company based in the San Francisco Bay Area has announced plans to move its headquarters to Reno, Nevada.
The Reno-Gazette Journal reports rfXcel plans to hire about 80 people over the next two years for its new base in Reno and eventually ramp up to 200 workers.
They will include software developers, finance experts, sales and marketing representatives with average wages that translate into about $47 per hour.
The software-as-a-service company's most popular technology is an application designed to effectively trace products as they move through the supply chain, from electronics to medicine and food.
The company recently received about $300,000 in state incentives and tax abatements to make the move.
It also considered Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Boise, Idaho, before picking Reno for its new headquarters. It intends to maintain a facility in California.