02/08/2013

Enterprise Mobility Expansion in Georgia

AirWatch, a Georgia-based enterprise mobility development company, recently announced an expansion into metro Atlanta. Their continued growth will result in the creation of at least 800 new jobs.
 
This video features Chairman Alan Dabierre of AirWatch, Governor Nathan Deal and other key members of Georgia’s technology community explaining the reasons and significance of AirWatch’s expansion. Chairman Dabierre cited the Georgia workforce as one of the state’s advantages. “We [find] the greatest intellectual capital in the world… here in Georgia.”
 
Governor Deal and Chairman Dabierre discussed the benefits of the Georgia education system and the synergy between education and technology companies in Georgia. “This is keeping Atlanta’s best and brightest…and the investments that Georgia is making into the school systems and Georgia Tech and the Hope Scholarships… here in Georgia,” said Chairman Dabierre.
 
“We will continue to attract the AirWatches of the future,” said Governor Deal, referring to Georgia’s strong education system and the growing nucleus of existing technology companies.
 
Find out more about the technology industry in Georgia.

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