Governor Brian P. Kemp announced Friday that Kainos, a global digital technology company, will invest $1.2 million in opening a North American sales and IT hub in Buckhead, bringing 137 jobs to Fulton County.
“More and more tech companies are learning why Georgia has so consistently been named the No. 1 State for Business. Our highly educated pipeline of talent and overall business friendly environment continue to attract smart investments, and it’s a pleasure to welcome Kainos to our growing list of companies with headquarters or other operations in our state,” said Governor Kemp. “I look forward to seeing the jobs and opportunities Kainos creates for hardworking Georgians in Fulton County.”
Headquartered in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and with more than 1,900 employees globally, Kainos specializes both in digital transformation and in the deployment of Workday’s innovative Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software suite. Kainos builds agile, customized digital services for public, commercial, and healthcare organizations. As a specialized Workday partner, the company is also experienced in complex deployment and integrations, and is the leader in Workday test automation.