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CompuCom Systems, Inc. Locates Global Headquarters In Lancaster County, South Carolina

CompuCom Systems, Inc., a leading technology infrastructure services company, is locating its new global headquarters operations in Lancaster County, South Carolina. The new development is projected to bring $41 million in new capital investment and lead to the creation of 1,500 new jobs over the next five to seven years, making this the largest single job announcement in Lancaster County history.

Located in the Bailes Ridge Business Park on S.C. Highway 160, CompuCom will be leasing a 150,000-square-foot building to serve as its new global headquarters. The newly-constructed building will house corporate offices and global contact center operations.

As an incentive, The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project, along with a Rural Infrastructure Fund grant of $1 million to assist with the costs of real property improvements.

“This is an exciting new chapter in CompuCom’s journey. We will build a state-of-the-art Command Center in the South Carolina office to serve as the hub of our Service Experience Management global contact center operations and corporate operations as well. In addition, CompuCom’s new headquarters in South Carolina places us closer to many of our clients, as well as near an expanding network of IT professionals in North and South Carolina,” said CompuCom CEO Dan Stone.

“When a company like CompuCom decides to build its global headquarters and create 1,500 new jobs here, it sends a message to the entire world that South Carolina is open for business. The commitment that this $41 million investment represents is extremely important to our state, and we could not be more excited to welcome this fantastic company to the South Carolina family,” Governor Nikki Haley said.

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