TransCard to Expand Chattanooga, Tennessee Operations Center
“Tennessee’s extensive technology infrastructure and pro-business climate offer companies a significant competitive advantage in today’s global marketplace,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty. “Under Craig Fuller’s visionary guidance, TransCard has become part of the great entrepreneurial DNA of this state. Craig and his team have built a world class technology company and we are proud that they call Tennessee home.”
“The future of banking is being built right here in Chattanooga…Cash and checks are being eliminated at a mind-boggling pace, and electronic forms of payment are replacing paper-based offerings. Cards, mobile payments, and virtual payment applications are all becoming more and more relevant in our lives today,” TransCard Chief Executive Officer Craig Fuller said. “As a leading provider of emerging payments to banks around the country, TransCard is excited to expand our presence in Chattanooga.”
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke said TransCard is one of Chattanooga’s entrepreneurial success stories. “By combining technology and innovation, TransCard has emerged as a leader in their industry,” Berke added. “Working to grow businesses made in Chattanooga, like TransCard, will fuel our growth as a city for years to come.”
“Over the long-term, existing companies like TransCard will drive most job creation in our community,” Vice President of Economic Development for the Chattanooga Chamber Charles Wood said. “As we seek to win expansion and recruitment projects, TransCard gives us an outstanding demonstration of the excellent business climate we provide for headquarters, back office, and financial transaction operations.”
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