Applied Systems Expands Its Atlanta, Georgia, Operations Center
The company is a leading provider of software to the insurance industry and the world’s largest provider of agency and brokerage management systems. The company first opened its Atlanta location in 2011. As part of its planning process, the company conducted a formal evaluation of other cities in which Applied Systems operates as potential locations for expansion.
“Expanding our business in Atlanta provides many benefits to our organization, including the opportunity to attract highly talented software development professionals in the area to continue our company’s rapid growth,” said Applied Systems CEO Reid French. “We look forward to growing our presence in Atlanta and becoming a larger part of its vibrant technology community.”
"We are excited to work with Applied Systems as the company expands its presence in metro Atlanta. The region’s roster of top technology and financial companies, robust workforce and leading universities will be strong assets as the company seeks to fill critical software jobs,” said Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Metro Atlanta Chamber Brian P. McGowan.
“Technology companies such as Applied Systems choose Georgia because they trust that our state is the best place to grow their business,” said Governor Nathan Deal. “Today’s announcement is yet another example of how our financial technology community is thriving because Georgia has the highly skilled workforce and resources necessary to support its rapid growth. I look forward to the high-quality jobs that this industry-leading company will bring to the area.”
Mary Ellen McClanahan, Project Manager of Existing Industry and Regional Recruitment and Director of Entrepreneur and Small Business Development at the Georgia Department of Economic Development, supported Applied Systems’ expansion on behalf of Georgia, along with the Metro Atlanta Chamber, Invest Atlanta, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia Power.
“Applied Systems’ ability to expand in Georgia speaks to our robust financial technology sector, one that currently employs more than 25,000 Georgians,” said GDEcD Commissioner Chris Carr. “With direct access to Georgia’s solid network of tech companies, a skilled tech workforce and an innovative community, this thriving company will continue to remain competitive in today’s diverse economy.”
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