Finland-Based Basware Expands Indian Land, South Carolina, Operation
The company located at 1245 Rosemont Drive in 2016 after purchasing Verian Technologies. The headquarters expansion is expected to be completed in 2023.
“Basware is pleased to extend our partnership with Lancaster County at our Indian Land, S.C. location for an additional term. Our commitment to the region and the growth potential in this location are some of the many reasons we’ve chosen to remain in South Carolina. The ability to attract talent from both the Charlotte Metro and South Carolina regions is key to our success as we look toward the future expansion potential for Basware,” said Basware National Director of Human Resources Susan Gardner.
“We’re proud of our existing industries in the Palmetto State, and Basware is a great example of Team South Carolina’s strength. Congratulations to Lancaster County on this wonderful announcement, and we look forward to what the future has in store for this great company,” said Governor Henry McMaster.
Founded in 1985, Basware is a procure-to-pay and e-invoicing solutions provider that has a presence in 14 countries worldwide.
“Basware is one of Lancaster County’s premier corporations. Their fintech solutions that enable organizations to fully manage their spend, mitigate financial risk and reduce the cost of operations is impressive and shows how attractive the Indian Land area is for supporting corporations that are changing the way in which companies automate their processes. We are very excited that they have committed to remaining in Indian Land and expanding the operations,” noted Lancaster County Department of Economic Development Executive Director Jamie Gilbert.
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