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OneLogin Chooses Gwinnett, Georgia for Operations Hub

OneLogin, a cloud-based identity and access management provider, will create approximately 50 new jobs by expanding its operations hub to the new East Coast Growth Center in Gwinnett, Georgia.

“Atlanta is a fantastic market for world-class talent and we’re thrilled to open our new Growth Center here,” said Brad Brooks, CEO & President, OneLogin. “We’re excited to support customers in the region who are embarking on their digital transformation journeys with our leading Unified Access Management solutions, connecting customers with a simple and secure login.”

“We are delighted to be creating high-paying new jobs in a variety of disciplines for Georgians in Peachtree Corners, Gwinnett County and we couldn’t have done it without the support from the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Partnership Gwinnett and the City of Peachtree Corners,” he added.

Newly created jobs include positions in sales, sales development, sales engineering, customer success, business development, field marketing, tech support, and implementation consultants.

“We are pleased to welcome OneLogin to Gwinnett County,” said Gwinnett County Commission Chair, Charlotte Nash. “Gwinnett has built a strong ecosystem of technology companies who thrive due to our talented workforce and business friendly environment, and we look forward to OneLogin finding that same success in our community.”

“Top global tech companies like OneLogin are choosing Atlanta because of our leading university system, deep talent pool, and technology infrastructure,” said GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson. “Much of metro Atlanta’s new business activity has been in the tech sector, creating thousands of new jobs. We’re thrilled that OneLogin has chosen our state for their operations and look forward to seeing their success.”

“OneLogin joins a strong, growing community of diverse tech companies calling metro Atlanta home,” said Metro Atlanta Chamber President and CEO Hala Moddelmog. “Their investment will bring growth to our region, while continuing to reinforce our status as a top global market for access and security solutions.”

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