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Tuesday June 2nd, 2015 11:40PM

Fiserv to create 500 new jobs in Alpharetta

By The Associated Press
ATLANTA - Gov. Nathan Deal announced Friday that Fiserv, Inc., a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, has selected a new location in Alpharetta for its Atlanta-area operations.

The company, which currently employs approximately 2,000 associates across six locations in the metro Atlanta area, will add 500 jobs over the next five years. The company will also make an estimated capital investment of $41 million for facilities and equipment.

The new Alpharetta campus was selected due to its desirable location as well as its ability to accommodate existing needs and continued growth. Bringing associates currently working in separate locations together will further enhance productivity, collaboration and engagement.

The buildings will be occupied in phases, with associates expected to move from existing offices to 2900 and 2950 Westside Parkway during 2015 and 2016.
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