AirWatch by VMware benefits from Georgia’s workforce, infrastructure

“We need a place where we can recruit, retain and get the greatest intellectual capital in the world, and we find that here in Georgia. It took me five years to get from a startup to 30 people; I moved to Georgia, and within three years, I was 600 employees and public.”

- Alan Dabierre, CEO, AirWatch by VMware


  • Skilled workforce and infrastructure
  • Relationships with leading universities
  • Access to top medical and healthcare companies


From its corporate office in Sandy Springs, Ga., AirWatch by VMware also takes advantage of the area’s critical infrastructure, including MARTA – Atlanta’s rapid-transit system – and the new international terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Additionally, AirWatch by VMware benefits from the Quality Jobs Tax Credit, which provides incentives to companies for creating positions that pay higher than average wages.



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