Posted September 01, 2021
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and local officials announced Wednesday that an international technology company is expanding their operations in Knoxville.
IGT Technologies will invest nearly $4 million to create a call center and a technology development center. Officials say the expansion will create 200 new jobs.
“We selected Knoxville after evaluating several locations in the U.S. on various parameters. We are very pleased with the support that Chamber, local government, and schools have extended to IGT. We look forward to establishing Knoxville as our Customer Experience Incubation Center.” – Akhil Agarwal, COO, IGT Technologies Inc.
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