ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — PCM, a California-based IT services provider that celebrated its first year in Rio Rancho Tuesday has hired 201 employees, well ahead of its hiring target.
PCM had anticipating creating 75 jobs in its first year and now says it will meet its 2020 hiring target with 224 jobs by the end of this year, according to a news release from Gov. Susana Martinez’ office. The company so far has hired 37 veterans.
PCM announced it was opening a sales center in the Hewlett-Packard building last year.
PCM has been awarded $1,665,696.67 in Job Training Incentive funds to help train new employees. The state is also providing $700,000 in Local Economic Development Act funds for infrastructure improvements to accommodate PCM’s expansion.
PCM provides IT products, services and solutions to businesses, government agencies, educational institutions, and healthcare facilities.