Pilot.com Plans Nashville, Tennessee, Operations Center
The software-based bookkeeping company plans to create more than 450 new jobs in Davidson County. Located in Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood, Pilot.com’s new office will house its finance operations and customer support teams. The company also plans on growing its base of software engineers at the facility.
"Nashville was always at the top of our list of candidate locations for a second office. The city has great schools, attracts incredible, diverse talent, and is making smart investments to support its burgeoning startup scene. I also know first-hand that it's a great place to live and raise a family,” Jessica McKellar, Pilot.com founder explained.
According to state officials, Pilot.com attributed its decision to locate in Nashville to the city’s growing tech and startup scene coupled with a strong group of accounting professionals stemming from the city's accounting and financial management schools.
“It is great news that yet another company is choosing Nashville as the location for one of its headquarters. Tennessee continues to attract companies like Pilot.com because of our business-friendly environment and strong workforce. I want to thank Pilot.com for investing in Nashville and for creating more than 450 jobs here,” said Governor Bill Lee.
“Tennessee has ranked No. 1 in the Southeast for headquarters job growth since 2013. I am honored to have Pilot.com establish its account management headquarters in Nashville, continuing to strengthen our headquarters industry in the state by creating more than 450 jobs in Davidson County. I look forward to seeing this company excel in Tennessee,” said Bob Rolfe, Commissioner of TNECD.
“Nashville’s economy continues to grow and diversify. Pilot.com’s decision to bring in more than 450 jobs in our city is a testament to our business-friendly environment and high quality of life. Today also highlights Nashville’s growing tech sector. Our city is becoming increasingly well-positioned for the economy of the future, and I am committed to making sure our workforce is ready to meet that challenge,” Nashville Mayor David Briley explained.
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