PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A wealth management technology company says it plans to open a new office in Providence, bringing 100 jobs to the city.

The Radnor, Pennsylvania-based eMoney Advisor said Tuesday the new office at the downtown building stems from rapid growth over the last few years and a desire to explore a new talent market in the Northeast.

The company says it plans to hire 100 full-time employees by 2020. Recruiting efforts are underway to fill open roles in software development, product management, quality engineering and software testing, among other departments.

The firm says it currently has 10 employees that will start work in the Providence office by mid-August.

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