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Deloitte Plans United States Delivery Center in Gilbert, Arizona

06/11/2018
Deloitte will be opening a 102,000 square foot U.S. Delivery Center in Gilbert, Arizona. The company will develop and implement emerging technology solutions for a range of private and public sector clients. The center is expected to generate 2,500 jobs for the region.

According to company officials, the U.S. Delivery Center in Gilbert will first open at a temporary location this summer, with a permanent location to follow this winter at Rivulon.

The U.S. Delivery Center is designed to deliver scalable technology-based solutions efficiently and effectively to meet clients' evolving business needs. The center will provide capabilities for cloud, Salesforce, robotic and cognitive automation, blockchain, SAP, Workday and more.

"Businesses today need to anticipate and respond more quickly to the rapid pace of change in today's market due in large part to tech disruption," said Janet Foutty, Chairman & CEO, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

"Our newest Delivery Center located in the Phoenix metro area demonstrates our commitment to providing our clients with the capabilities to navigate and leverage emerging technology to drive business results,” she said.

"Our strategic decision to locate our new delivery center in the metro-Phoenix area expands upon our nearly 60 year investment in, and commitment to, Arizona," said Jonas McCormick, Arizona managing Principal, Deloitte LLP. "The new center will further enhance our leadership position in the region by leveraging a deep talent pool of 2,500 highly-skilled workers to serve our clients across industry sectors."

"As Arizona continues to attract new technology jobs, we're looking forward to adding Deloitte's U.S. Delivery Center to that list. Deloitte's growth here in the state is welcome news and we're thankful for their continued investment in Arizona," said Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.

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