CHESTERFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A suburban St. Louis technology firm plans to expand its headquarters with some aid from the state.
Chesterfield-based Netelligent plans a $1.8 million expansion that Gov. Jay Nixon's administration says could result in 60 new jobs.
Netelligent provides businesses with technology services such as phone systems, computer servers, networking and video. It has data centers in St. Louis, Denver and Singapore.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development says Netelligent could receive more than $500,000 worth of incentives if it meets the job creation targets.