Governor Nathan Deal (center) and Scott Meyerhoff, Chief Operating Officer of InComm Inc., shake hands as Chris Carr (left), Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, looks after a press conference on Wednesday, December 2, 2015. Financial technology firm InComm plans to add more than 275 jobs in metro Atlanta as part of an expansion. (Photo by HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM Atlanta Journal Constitution)
(GWINNETT- METRO ATLANTA) January 12, 2016 – InComm, one of the leading prepaid program providers worldwide, joined Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development and Georgia Department of Economic Development to announce the expansion of its operations in Gwinnett County, metro Atlanta, Georgia. The announcement represents more than 120 jobs and $20 million in capital investment for Gwinnett.
The new —mostly IT jobs — will be added in InComm’s offices in Suwanee and Peachtree Corners.
“We’re pleased to hear that InComm will be expanding its workforce at its Peachtree Corners facility,” said Mayor Mike Mason. “The news reconfirms that our city continues to develop as a regional job hub in the metro area.”
Launched in 1992 in a garage with a single computer, InComm has grown into a major prepaid product and transaction services company offering a suite of products including gift cards, prepaid wireless products, reloadable debit cards and digital music downloads.
“Gwinnett County is the ideal location for businesses looking to expand in the Southeast,” said Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash. ““InComm’s products and service offerings, and growing market success, make the company a valuable asset to our community.”
“Gwinnett County continues to be a strong draw for companies like InComm,”said Suwanee Mayor Jimmy Burnette. “It’s another example of community attracting diverse companies from around the country as a place where they can invest and grow.”
InComm employs approximately 1,800 companywide, including 800 in Georgia, and works with more than 500 merchants. Best Buy and Apple are among their best-known customers.
“This announcement is yet another excellent example of our strong IT industry that continues to make a significant economic impact on our community,” said Andrew Carnes, Director of Economic Development. “Companies such as InComm continue to look to Gwinnett County as a prime location to better reach national markets and grow their business.”
To learn more about InComm, please visit www.incomm.com.
For more information, or to learn how to get involved in local economic development efforts, please visit www.gwinnetteconomicdevelopment.com.
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 advanced manufacturing, corporate headquarters, health sciences and services, information technology, and supply chain management to the community. Home to FORTUNE 500 and 1000 companies, Gwinnett County hosts a wide range of businesses from industry giants, to international companies and homegrown startups. Success lives here- www.gwinnetteconomicdevelopment.com.
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