PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. - NCR Corp., the world's leading provider of ATMs, is beginning its move to Georgia.
Gov. Sonny Perdue and U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson participated in a ribbon cutting on Monday in Peachtree City. The company is relocating parts of its customer service operation there, creating 916 jobs over about two years.
NCR announced in June that it is moving its corporate headquarters from Dayton, Ohio to Duluth, Ga. The move will bring 1,250 jobs to Duluth, north of Atlanta. The company will also set up a manufacturing center in Columbus that will employ 870 people within five years.
John Bruno, executive vice president of NCR, called the opening a milestone for the company.
The National Cash Register Company was founded in Dayton in 1884. The company makes ATMs and retail checkout scanners.