EMoney Advisor announced in late March that it is opening a new office in Rhode Island this year that will focus on software development, and is expected to bring 100 new jobs to the state by 2020.
The office will be located in Providence. The firm’s headquarters is in Radnor, Pennsylvania, with another office in San Diego.
Governor Gina Raimondo said in a statement that the state has taken steps over the last two years to make Rhode Island “more business friendly.”
“By cutting red tape, reducing corporate taxes and investing in job training and workforce development, we’ve been able to drive our unemployment rate down to 4.5% – the lowest it’s been since 2001,” she said.