America has an IT problem and it’s time Americans stepped up to fix it. For the past couple of decades, the country has been shipping its IT work offshore. Initially, this was done due to cost, but corporate America evolved and so did the demands of IT services. Due to our efforts and these changing demands there’s a growing realization that the talent we need to support the increasing amount and complexity of technologies used in commerce is right here in the U.S.A. – communities like Vermillion, South Dakota. At Eagle Creek, we operate a domestic sourcing model – we call it “U.S. Onshoring”. We have Technology Centers in North & South Dakota and headquarters in Minnesota. From here, we provide technical and consulting services that help our customers get the best use out of their software investments.

Our U.S. Onshore model competes internationally and only works with the collaborative relationships we have with the State of South Dakota, The University of South Dakota, the South Dakota Board of Regents, and the City of Vermillion. The willingness, innovation, talent, and “can do” spirit of a community like Vermillion enables us to continue to build this sustainable, scalable, and stable IT Services company. We offer a competitive, challenging, and exciting career in order to help orchestrate the resurgence of the IT Services industry in this country.

Digital transformation starts with you. Join Eagle Creek’s team for cutting-edge projects, industry-leading technology, and great customers. Click here to apply.

  • The Vermillion Chamber of Commerce website is a great place to start your relocation adventure.  Please visit to see a listing of preferred businesses as well as what to see, what to do, where to eat, and more. 

    Once you’re here, getting hooked up is easy. Here are some frequently needed services:

    • City of Vermillion
      25 Center Street
      Vermillion, SD 57069
    • Clay-Rural Water System, Inc.
      30376 SD Hwy. 19
      Wakonda, SD 57073
      Email: gpmcrws@iw.net
    Natural gas
    cable, internet, and phone
  • Renting or owning is a personal, financial, and lifestyle decision. Some folks prefer to rent and understand the area over a period of time and some folks embrace homeownership immediately. Either way, there is a range of choices in both the property rental and purchase markets.

    A good place to start is by going to the websites below:


  • Accepting a position with Eagle Creek and relocating to Vermillion can have a big impact on your significant other. There is an array of challenging and rewarding careers in Vermillion ranging in education, agriculture, health, environment, human services, public safety, tourism, revenue, transportation, and recreation.

    For opportunities with the city go to: 


    For information on Vermillion Economic Development go to:


  • After a hard day of solving global IT problems with your team, it's okay to cut loose and have some fun. As a community, Vermillion recognizes this by collectively organizing events throughout the year as well as orchestrating the environment to “go your own way”. Some of these events are new and gaining popularity, and some have become traditional in their own right. Everyone is invited. Take the opportunity to meet old friends, make new friends, and participate in the fabric of this unique community. 

  • Vermillion boasts numerous attractions throughout the year. The community has local wineries, museums, and galleries. And if you are an outdoors individual, Vermillion has biking, hiking, hunting, camping, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and skating. The possibilities are endless. 

  • Vermillion has many opportunities to get involved in and around the community. There is an assortment of privately run organizations, charitable bodies, and foundations, international societies, sports clubs, and professional associations. Some are the local branches of national organizations, some are unique to our area, and some are part of the vibrant aspects brought by the University of South Dakota. 

  • There’s always plenty happening in Vermillion if you choose to get involved. Home to the University of South Dakota, with Division 1 athletics, this community offers cultural, recreational, entertainment, diversity, business, and service opportunities that are unparalleled for a community our size. You can also explore the Missouri River or discover fine arts activities such as galleries, live music, theatre, dance productions which are presented by the local community arts council, community theatre, or USD. Vermillion has many parks, stores, history, and restaurants. 

    For more information, contact the Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce and Development Company at:

  • Vermillion, South Dakota lies atop a bluff of the last natural stretch of the beautiful and pristine Missouri River. Founded in 1859, Vermillion is a community known throughout the region for its friendliness, its historical significance, its beautiful setting, its area attractions, and its educational resources.

    Vermillion has many unique advantages to offer, including a talented, hardworking and dedicated workforce; an environment that encourages innovation and progressive thinking; a blended and dynamic University community with diverse demographics; infrastructure to sustain growth and expansion; the flexibility to accommodate the future; great school systems; quality health care providers and services; regional partnerships; and a charming sense of community.

  • Much history has been written about Vermillion. It was a town located below bluffs and on the riverbanks of the Missouri River.

    On August 24, 1804, Lewis and Clark camped at the mouth of the Vermillion River and from there made their trek to Spirit Mound. Before the settlers and homesteaders came in 1860, the junction of the Missouri River and Vermilion River had for generations been the camping ground of one of the bands of the Yankton Sioux Indians. Here they cultivated their little fields of corn. In the summer, their tepees stood on top of the bluff to get the summer breezes and when winter came they moved to the bottom of the hill to get the shelter from the winter’s storms. Along the bluff was the silent resting place of their deceased relatives.

    After Lewis and Clark were here in 1804, numerous trappers and fur traders went up and down the river, and the Columbia Fur Co. established a trading post at the mouth of the Vermillion River. 

  • Boasting small-town charm and big-town cultural amenities, Vermillion residents and visitors have access to local museums and art galleries as well as theatre, art, live music, and dance productions. This unique blend of cultural, academic, and recreational opportunities is available and unparalleled in a community of this size. In addition to the many cultural activities associated with The University of South Dakota, the community is home to many groups and organizations, such as the Vermillion Area Arts Council and Vermillion Community Theatre, which add to the rich history and cultural traditions of the area.

  • Vermillion’s healthcare facilities are advanced and expanding every day. The Vermillion area is fortunate to be served by a full staff of local physicians and an array of visiting specialists. Local services include Adult and Family Medicine, General Surgery, Women’s Health, Digital Mammography, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Geriatric Care and Hospice, with new services continually being added.

    Sanford Vermillion Clinic 

    Vermillion Medical Clinic 

    Houska Dental Clinic 

    Vermillion Dental Health 

    Prairie Eye Clinic 

    Vermillion Chiropractic

    USD Wellness Center


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