Information Technology & Software
Lincoln is a well matched location for business services and information technology. Recently, ranked in the top 10 places for business in 2012 by Forbes, Lincoln works to provide a strong a durable business climate. Combining financial and insurance services, business services such as consulting, web development, back-office support operations, and data centers, Lincoln is home to over 50 business services and information technology companies.
Not only does Lincoln provide a strong business climate for the business service and information technology industry, it also offers several business and technology advanced educational programs. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is home to the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management. Fostering innovative integration of computer science and management, the Raikes School of Business develops leads for a technology driven world. In addition, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers a number of degrees in business, computer science and engineering.
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Lincoln’s Business Services and Information Technology sectors comprise a broad range of companies including major establishments such as:
|Dell||Policy administration & business processing services for the insurance industry|
|Fiserv||Information management and electronic commerce systems for the financial services industry|
|National Research Corporation||Healthcare satisfaction and perception research and data technologies|
|Kenexa||Recruiting, hiring, training and employee management solutions|
|Talent Plus, Inc.||Talent management processes and technology|
|Gallup Organization||World polls, daily tracking and public opinion research|