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Dutch tech. firm to expand Boise office

Backbase, a financial technology firm based in the Netherlands, is upgrading its Boise office.

The company first started doing business in Boise in 2017, and currently operates from a suite on the third floor of the Hoff building. Now it has applied to expand into a larger space on the 17th floor of the US Bank building, according to permit filings with the City of Boise.

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Backbase provides technology solutions to banking clients, including KeyBank, Fidelity Investments, Goldman Sachs and Citi Bank. The company’s main product is the Omni-Channel Banking Platform, which it describes as “a state-of-the-art digital banking software solution that unifies data and functionality from traditional core systems and new fintech players into a seamless digital customer experience.”

The company currently has three sales & marketing related jobs open in Boise, according to Indeed.

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The new office location will take up about 1,500 square feet of the 17th floor of Gardner Co.’s US Bank Building in Downtown Boise. It will have space for about 15 people, according to the building permit.

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