Financial technology company Deluxe Corporation officially opened it doors in Sandy Springs, bring hundreds of jobs to the city.

When fully staffed, the center will employ hundreds, specializing in payments, fintech, cloud solutions and other services.

The nearly $13 million facility is a collaborative and interactive space where industry experts, partners, entrepreneurs and university students can ideate and create customer solutions in the digital economy. The center allows customers to see first-hand Deluxe’s technological advances in fintech, payments and more.

“Our technology center is designed to foster an environment of creative cooperation to solve a wide range of fintech and other needs,” Deluxe President and CEO Barry McCarthy said. “The innovations we’ll produce together will benefit our communities through greater productivity and profitability in the digital economy.”

Deluxe celebrated with a ribbon cutting Oct. 19, where Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul and other attendees were given a tour of the 172,000 sq. foot center.

“From payments, cloud and data solutions, promotional solutions and checks, we serve millions of small businesses, thousands of financial institutions and hundreds of the world’s most prominent brands,” McCarthy said. “The new center is an important step forward in enhancing our industry leadership position in payments and business technology and I am grateful for the tremendous support of Governor Brian Kemp, Lt. Gov. Duncan, Mayor Paul and other state and local leaders.”

Deluxe Corporation is at Glenridge Highlands Two, 5565 Glenridge Connector in Sandy Springs.


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