- Associated Press - Monday, September 28, 2015

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - An Atlanta-based information technology services company plans to create 125 jobs in Albuquerque over the next few years.

Gov. Susana Martinez and Mayor Richard Berry announced Monday that Rural Sourcing Inc. will operate a new software development center in New Mexico’s largest city, starting in January. The exact location hasn’t been decided.

Berry and Albuquerque’s economic development president met with Rural Sourcing earlier this year to promote an expansion into New Mexico. The jobs will include software development, quality assurance testing, project management and analytics with salaries higher than average in Albuquerque. They also will have full benefits.

Martinez says the high-tech jobs will help grow and diversify New Mexico’s economy.

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