An international company will bring jobs to Brookhaven.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced recently that Ireland-based Sysnet Global Solutions, a cybersecurity provider, will create more than 500 jobs and invest $2 million in a Brookhaven support center at 1001 Summit Boulevard. The customer contact center will operate 24 hours a day, providing multilingual support and helping merchants secure their businesses and maintain compliance.
“By choosing Georgia for this call center, Sysnet will tap in to our world-class infrastructure network and generate new jobs for DeKalb County,” said Deal. “I am confident that Sysnet Global Solutions will find the resources necessary to thrive here.”
“This is exciting news,” said Brookhaven Mayor John Ernst. “500 plus jobs is always a great sign of a vibrant economy, and we look forward to the positive impacts this move to our great city will bring.”
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