“Just in the past few years, call center companies in Georgia have created more than 4,800 jobs in our state,” said Chris Carr, the state’s economic development commissioner, in a statement. “I have no doubt that our well-equipped talent pool and robust fiber-optic landscape will help Chime Solutions find the support it needs to better serve its clients.”
Gov. Nathan Deal said several more announcements for south metro Atlanta are in the pipeline.
“There are great potential deals for Clayton County,” he said. “We expect this to be a vibrant part of the economy. This is the beginning of many steps that will follow.”
Check out more about this story later Monday at www.MyAJC.com or in the Tuesday print edition of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.