Getronics Global Service Center expected to add 500 new jobs to Greenville Co.


GREENVILLE COUNTY, SC (WSPA) – Getronics officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday afternoon in Greenville to celebrate their new global service center in Greenville.

According to a news release, the new service center is expected to add 500 new jobs in Greenville County.

Nana Baffour is the Chairman & CEO and he says,  “I would imagine for those folks who want to have a career and technology would like to do it in a global setting as much as they can consume they can grow that’s the right kind of person for us.”

Getronics specializes in “improving customer business performance by implementing end-to-end information and communication technology solutions.”

“Our new Global Service Center is a big deal for us because it represents a significant investment in our people, in our customers and in our Greenville community,” Getronics Chairman and Group CEO Nana Baffour said. “We are excited because we have been able to greatly expand both our workforce and operations in Greenville. Our new state-of-the-art facilities will support not only our associates, but greatly enhance our ability to support Getronics clients throughout North America and the rest of the world.”

The new center is located at 650 Executive Center Drive in Greenville.

Hamlet Hyatt is the Senior Vice President of Economic Competitiveness with the Greenville Chamber of Commerce and he says, “This isn’t surprising at all when companies come her they tend to expand. They like the talent they like the educational system, the quality of life and they can find that they can be successful in Greenville, so they grow.”

Anyone interested in applying for an open position with Getronics can visit for more information.

According to the release, Getronics also has a retail software services group in Greenville County, located at 510 Airport Road, Suite E.

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