Serbia’s Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Wednesday that the US-based NCR Corporation, a global leader in omni-channel solutions, would build a campus in Belgrade worth 90 million dollars and that the works were due to start in April, the Beta news agency reported.
Brnabic, who is on an official visit to the US, said in Atlanta that 4,200 people are planned to work at the campus.
“NCR is satisfied with its business in Serbia and plans to expand it. According to their plans, we agreed to start the works on the campus in April. That will be the NCR regional centre, located in Novi Beograd, a part of the city that is the hub for major foreign companies operating in Serbia.
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The NCR Director for Serbia, Stefan Lazarevic said the company’s main initial goal in the country was to provide basic IT support and employ up to 600 workers.
„However, thanks to our talented employees who speak 20 different foreign languages and have diverse IT skills and technical knowledge, NCR now employs over 3,100 people and plans to increase that number to over 3,600 by the end of the year, while once the campus becomes operational, the figure may reach 4,200,“ Lazarevic said.
NCR’s branch in Belgrade provides business services in a variety of languages. The new campus will provide services from software development to human resources and communications, Brnabic’s cabinet said in a statement.
The campus, which construction will cost 90 million dollars, will span 30,000 square metres and will be NCR’s regional centre in the Balkans.
The NCR Corporation is an American company that makes self-service kiosks, point-of-sale terminals, automated teller machines, check processing systems, barcode scanners, and business consumables. They also provide IT maintenance support services. It is based in Atlanta, Georgia has revenues of over 6 billion dollars.
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