Qualtrics to create 200 additional tech jobs with new office

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Qualtrics expects to open a new 40,000-square-foot office this spring. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Qualtrics expects to open a new 40,000-square-foot office this spring. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Qualtrics expects to open a new 40,000-square-foot office this spring at 6105 Tennyson Parkway, Plano. When the office opens, it will create 200 additional tech jobs in the area, according to the company. 1-800-340-9194. www.qualtrics.com
By Liesbeth Powers
Liesbeth graduated from Baylor University with a degree in new media journalism in December 2018. She gained her newspaper experience as a staff writer and multimedia editor at her campus paper, The Baylor Lariat. Liesbeth joined the Community Impact team in August 2019, where she reports on all things Plano, including education and transportation.


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