(GWINNETT– METRO ATLANTA) February 1, 2012- Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development and Partnership Gwinnett celebrate with Q-Matic Corporation on the announcement of the relocation of its US corporate headquarters to Gwinnett County. Q-Matic, the world’s leading Customer Flow Management Solution Provider, is moving from its location in North Carolina to a 15,000-square-foot leased building at 2400 Commerce Avenue in Duluth, which provides easy access to Interstate 85. This relocation represents 20 new jobs in Gwinnett and Metro Atlanta, a number the company is looking to continue to grow in the next three to four years. The company employs 50 people nationwide.
“We strive to serve and support the needs of our clients every day. With our recent growth in the US and Canada, we needed a bigger and more accessible place to better serve those clients and call our home. Therefore, we have moved our offices from Fletcher, North Carolina to Duluth, Georgia,” said Thomas Sareyko, Chief Executive Officer of Q-Matic Corporation.
With 360 employees worldwide, Q-Matic develops, manufactures, installs and supports a wide variety of hardware and software products and applications designed to be both effective and efficient. Q-Matic has in-depth process knowledge of optimization of customer flow in public sector, financial institutions, healthcare facilities and retail environments; boasting over 30 years of experience in the design and deployment of Customer Flow Management Solutions and over 51,800 installations worldwide.
“Q-Matic’s decision to locate its U.S. headquarters in Georgia and Gwinnett County is yet another testament to the aggressive business assets our state provides businesses across a range of industries,” said Chris Cummiskey, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development. “In addition to our position as a global logistics hub, Q-Matic will also benefit from the strength of our workforce, business climate and other competitive advantages as the company grows here in Georgia and in markets around the world.”
“Gwinnett’s connectivity to regional, national and international resources made it a natural fit for the expansion of Q-Matic’s corporate headquarters,” said Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte Nash. “Their new location in Gwinnett will help the company continue to provide the superior service expected by its customers.”
“Gwinnett welcomes Q-Matic to Duluth and Metro Atlanta. We are so pleased that this global company has chosen to make an investment in our community,” stated Gwinnett County District 1 Commissioner Shirley Lasseter. “This unique industry will flourish in our community, and it is certain that their new location here will allow them to continue to provide excellent service to their business partners worldwide.”
“Gwinnett and the Metro-Atlanta region have continuously worked to showcase our growing technology industry and the resources that are available to those companies,” said Nicole Wright, Business Development Manager at Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development. “Q-Matic’s decision to locate in Gwinnett is another testimony of the business friendly environment that we have created to support the growth and success of companies choosing to call us home.”
For more information on Q-Matic, please visit, http://qmatic.com/us/.
About Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development
Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development globally markets Gwinnett as the premier location in Metro Atlanta and the State of Georgia for growing and conducting business. By encouraging investment and trade into the county through relocation and expansion assistance, the organization works with local and regional partners to bring technology, life science, advanced manufacturing, communications, and corporate headquarters to the community. Leading Atlanta’s job creation for the past five years, and home to FORTUNE 500 and 1000 companies, Gwinnett County hosts a wide range of businesses from industry giants, to international companies and homegrown start-ups. Success lives here- www.gwinnetteconomicdevelopment.org.