Silicon Valley company OpenGov, whose leading cloud-based software helps government agencies operate more efficiently and transparently, is adding 65 full-time employees at its Milwaukee office and plans to have 100 employees there within three years with the help of tax credits from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC).

“Attracting businesses to Wisconsin is one of WEDC’s central missions and we are gratified that the state continues to be an attractive destination for companies seeking highly-skilled employees,” said Missy Hughes, WEDC secretary and CEO.

WEDC has authorized $350,000 in business development tax credits if OpenGov meets its job creation commitment within three years.

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