Skynamo, a field sales solutions software developer, is opening their North American headquarters near Truist Park in The Battery Atlanta in Cobb County, Georgia. The project is expected to create roughly 30 tech jobs in the Atlanta metro area.
“Choosing to open our North American headquarters in The Battery Atlanta is critical in helping us grow adoption of our field sales app and management platform,” said Skynamo CEO Sam Clarke. “Atlanta provides us with a lower-than-average operations cost compared to other major cities and there is a very supportive business-to-business SaaS community we can tap into for knowledge sharing.”
“We are delighted that Skynamo selected metro Atlanta as its base to grow and introduce its cutting-edge platform to North America,” said Katie Kirkpatrick, president and CEO of the Metro Atlanta Chamber. “They join not only the strong technology ecosystem here, but also one of the largest South African communities in the U.S.”
“I extend my thanks to Skynamo for choosing Georgia as their North American headquarters,” said Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Pat Wilson. “I’d also like to thank Governor Brian Kemp and our partners across Georgia who continue to invest in software development infrastructure and education, which undoubtedly played a role in Skynamo’s decision. We are excited about the rapid growth of the tech industry that we have been witnessing over the past few months.”
“We are thrilled to have an international company like Skynamo call Cobb County home,” said Cobb Chamber COO and Executive Director of SelectCobb Dana Johnson. “Their innovative, cloud-based sales platform will be a superb addition to the other technology businesses in Atlanta and Cobb County.”
Founded in South Africa, and with offices in the U.K. and the U.S., Skynamo develops field sales management and productivity software as a service (SaaS) technology that increases sales representative productivity and effectiveness by digitizing paper-based processes and automating administrative tasks. Integration with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and accounting packages improves order accuracy and enables faster invoicing by providing easy access to accurate customer and product information in the field.