ATLANTA (AP) — A global privacy management software company will create 500 jobs over the next few years and invest $5 million in an expansion of its facility in Georgia’s Fulton County.
Gov. Nathan Deal said Thursday that OneTrust, by reinvesting in Georgia’s strategic resources and talent pool, will grow its access to the global market and reach its customer base more efficiently.
New jobs at the facility will include positions in sales, consulting, marketing and software engineering. The company, co-headquartered in Atlanta and London, is comprised of a global team of privacy and technology experts and currently employs more than 200 worldwide.
OneTrust is backed by the founders of two other Atlanta software firms, Manhattan Associates, which produces supply-chain software, and AirWatch, a mobile security company.
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