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February 3, 2022

IT firm GalaxE.Solutions plans to bring 180 new jobs to Hartford

HBJ Photos | Joe Cooper and Sean Teehan GalaxE.Solutions CEO Tim Bryan (left) stands next to Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin in September 2019.

IT firm GalaxE.Solutions announced Thursday that it plans to bring 180 new jobs to Hartford as part of an ongoing worker relocation project.

In a statement, company officials said 100 service desk positions currently based in the Philippines will be moved to Hartford. Another 80 people will be recruited through the firm’s workforce development program, which focuses on information technology training.

GalaxE said it will “focus on hiring from a wide pool of talent, including those underrepresented individuals from the city of Hartford, where every individual will have a job opportunity at the completion of training.”

“These career positions — that would traditionally be outsourced overseas — are perfect for members of this community as they have the ability now to be successful in the field of information technology,” said founder and CEO Tim Bryan. “We are committed to training new IT talent in Hartford.”

New Jersey-based GalaxE entered Hartford in 2019 and has created 220 jobs locally so far, Bryan said. Of those hires, more than 60% came from underrepresented communities and 80% are from the Greater Hartford region, he added.

The company has its offices at CityPlace I in downtown.

“We are excited that GalaxE.Solutions and Outsource to Hartford has once again brought technology jobs to Hartford, and we appreciate their commitment to hiring residents of Hartford,” Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin said Thursday following the company’s announcement. “Our city is a hub for information technology, and we’re proud to have companies like GalaxE.Solutions that build partnerships and invest in the people of Hartford. This program will help us strengthen our economy with good jobs and a skilled workforce in a field that is growing every day.”

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