VXI Global Solutions, a business processing and information technology outsourcing services provider will open a call center in College Park, Georgia. The new facility, scheduled to open next year, will create 570 jobs for the community.
“Our decision to launch a new site in the College Park area was heavily influenced by the tremendous growth that Atlanta is currently experiencing and we want to be a part of the growth and development in the area. Operating under our core values of excellence, teamwork and integrity, which guides our behavior in order to maximize results for our clients, the creation of these jobs demonstrates our commitment to the State of Georgia and the residents of College Park,” said Terrence Jackson, Senior Human Resources Manager for VXI. “We are hiring for immediate positions, both management and non-management and then, over time, we will grow.”
“Georgia is the right place for innovative technology companies like VXI to establish operations and grow their business,” said Governor Nathan Deal. “We have a longstanding commitment to cultivating technology growth and an arsenal of resources to make it happen, including our top-ranked business climate and highly skilled workforce. I look forward to the industry’s continued investment in our state.”
College Park Mayor Jack P. Longino said,“The creation of over 500 jobs will have a significant socio-economic impact on our city and the entire region. We are excited about the call center and the long-term employment opportunities it brings. We commend VXI Global for selecting College Park as the site for their business.”
“VXI Global Solutions’ commitment to locating their new call-center operation in the City of College Park is one of many fine examples that international companies and other industry find the southern crescent of the Atlanta metro area ripe for business and development,” said Artie Jones, Director of Economic Development for the City of College Park. “The recent groundbreaking and construction of the new Renaissance Hotel, the commencement of construction on the new mixed-use development, the Pad on Harvard and the build out of three new restaurants on Main Street are a testament that a new chapter of prosperity has turned in College Park.”