Big news! , one of the most dynamic and cutting edge companies in the growing field of identity and access management, is moving its international headquarters to Roswell. Better still, they plan to create no less than 100 local jobs within the next couple of years. Unemployment in Roswell, which is already one of the lowest rates in the state, continues to drop as skilled, well paying jobs such as these continue to become available in Roswell. Companies like Courion, GM and Yardi have all seen the value and continue to set their sights on Roswell. This is a huge win for economic development. Each year, Roswell continues to innovate and grow, making it the best place to live, work and play.
The following is an excerpt from the press release issued by the Office of the Governor. To read the full press release, click here.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Courion, a market-leading identity and access management solutions provider, is relocating its international headquarters to a new center for excellence in Roswell, creating more than 100 jobs over the next two years.
“Georgia has seen time and time again innovative companies such as Courion choose our state as their ideal place to do business,” said Deal. “Our unique geographical setting and strong logistics framework provide direct access to key locations in the United States and abroad. This, coupled with our nationally recognized business climate, creates a globally preferred location for information security companies such as Courion to better reach their customers.”
Courion is hiring across a variety of functional areas, ranging from sales to software development. With its recent acquisition of Bay31, Courion will build upon its analytics team based in the Roswell Center for Operational Excellence. Courion is also planning to pursue new partners and markets for the industry’s most advanced IGA solution, the Access Assurance Suite, through its recent investment by K1 Investment Management.
“Courion is recognized as the technology pioneer in identity analytics, a segment within information security that is expected to expand rapidly in response to organizations’ needs to better prevent and detect data breaches,” said Courion Chief Operating Officer Chris Papadakis. “Locating our corporate headquarters in Roswell will enable us to take advantage of the hotbed for talent and innovation in information security that exists in the area.”