DST Creating More Than 400 Jobs In Missouri

The global technology company is expanding its Kansas City, MO operations, and plans to create 415 new jobs.

DST, a leading global technology, strategic advisory, and operations outsourcing company, is expanding in Kansas City, MO with plans to create 415 new jobs.

Kansas City

“We are excited to announce plans to hire in Missouri as it fits well into our overall growth objective,” said Jeremy May, President of ALPS Alternative Investment Services. “The combination of DST’s presence in Kansas City and Missouri’s stable economic base, we feel this expansion will be best for our clients.”

Kansas City is home to the University of Missouri-Kansas City, which has one of the top engineering schools in the Midwest. Kansas City was also one of the first communities to have Google fiber and was recently ranked fourth on ZipRecruiter’s (link is external) “Best Cities for Job Seekers.”

“Missouri is home to great universities and we feel there is readily available talent,” said Marc Palmer, President and Chief Operating Officer for Argus, which is part of DST’s Healthcare Segment. “Great talent, along with the state’s business development programs, will be beneficial for not only our clients, but our shareholders as well.”

Since it was founded more than 40 years ago, DST has grown to a company that employs approximately 7,900 people nationwide and operates in the financial and healthcare sectors. DST’s planned recruitment will add jobs to both its healthcare segment through Argus and financial services segment through ALPS Alternative Investment Services. DST already has a large presence in Kansas City, MO including its global headquarters in downtown and several other processing centers located throughout the state.

“This is a big win for our state and Missouri families,” said Gov. Eric Greitens. “This company operates in a fast-paced and growing industry and needs the right team to stay ahead of the game. DST and many other growing companies are finding that the best workforce is right here in Missouri.”

“This news marks an exciting development in a decades-long relationship between DST and Kansas City,” said Kansas City Mayor Sly James. “This will mean 415 new, good-paying jobs with a company that embodies innovation, and represents the best of corporate citizenship.”

Relocating or Expanding Your Business In Missouri

Considering Missouri for your company’s relocation or expansion project? Check out Business Facilities’ Missouri Incentives and Workforce Development Guide.