A technology company focused on artificial intelligence recently cut the ribbon on its new Jersey City headquarters, it announced.Wylei Inc., a startup that serves Fortune 500 clients with machine learning services, joined with Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and other officials to formally open the location on Nov. 17.
The company will employ seven people at the site.
“We could not have found a more ideal city in which to locate our new corporate headquarters, and we’re thrilled to be among the growing mix of pioneering technology companies finding homes in northern New Jersey,” CEO Meg Columbia-Walsh said in a prepared statement. “Not only are we in close proximity to the major East Coast corporations we do business with, the city itself offers a fresh and vibrant attitude, along with shops, restaurants, affordable living spaces and many other amenities that fit our company’s culture to a tee.
“The availability of so much seasoned tech talent is another big bonus to being here.”
Wylei, which had previously had its headquarters in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, maintains an office there, and also has a site in Buffalo, New York.