Dallas Innovates 2020 Thought Leaders: JPMorgan Chase

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Technology isn’t the game changer—it’s the people who develop and use it.

At JPMorgan Chase, we have more than 50,000 technologists working around the globe. In a hyper-competitive world, a successful business must deliver products and services that are better and faster, saving customers both time and money. More and more, this is done with the helping hand of technology, which is why JPMorgan Chase spends $10 billion a year on technology.

We continually hire skilled software engineers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and beyond to help our customers and clients make some of the biggest financial decisions of their lives, realize their dreams and save for their futures. Protecting our customers and clients’ assets is our #1 priority, which is why we devote so many resources to a robust fraud-prevention and cybersecurity effort.

As the pace of innovation accelerates at unprecedented speed, the need for innovative tech talent is greater than ever. Here in Dallas/Fort Worth, JPMorgan Chase is hiring software developers who understand how to apply modern technology to solve business problems and who are able to work together in a highly collaborative way.

Steve D. Hemperly [Image: Courtesy JPMorgan Chase]

There’s no question the landscape for top technology talent is competitive. So we’re focused on being an employer of choice by fostering a culture that respects and promotes the talents of individuals from all backgrounds. We provide opportunities for our engineers to retrain and upskill, and are committed to helping them achieve their career aspirations.

We recognize that long-term business success depends on the success of our community. Widening the circle of opportunity is core to our mission at JPMorgan Chase, and we’re committed to working toward an economy that works for everyone. To that end, JPMorgan Chase has contributed $21 million over the past five years to support workforce training programs across Texas. We recently invested another $6 million to spur inclusive development in Southern Dallas and have stepped up to be the largest employer of the Paul Quinn Urban Work College in Plano.

JPMorgan Chase is making significant, long-term investments in Dallas/Fort Worth—investments that will open the doors of opportunity for our employees, our clients and our community.

A version of this Thought Leaders article was first published in Dallas Innovates 2020: The Magazine.

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