US company NCR to start building Belgrade campus in May

The official groundbreaking ceremony, marking the beginning of the construction of the campus by the American company, NCR in Block 42, along the New Belgrade Railway Station, is scheduled for May 14th.

This is NCR`s second campus in the world. The first one is located in a US state of Atlanta. At the moment, 3,148 employees of NCR in Serbia work in six different locations.

The company plans to move into the new facility in late 2020 or the first quarter of 2021. The estimate is that around 4,200 people will work there.

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Of the total of 40,000 square metres of the campus building (which will be eight storeys high), NCR will take up around 30,000 square metres. The ground floor will feature retail space, and the two underground levels house a garage.

“NCR started operating in Serbia in 2011. The initial plan was to employ 600 people, however, we had that many employees in 2013 already. Today, the company employs more than 3,100 people. Due to the constant growth of the workforce, building campus was a natural choice,” Stefan Lazarevic, the company’s General Manager for Serbia, says.

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 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.

(B92, 22.04.2019)

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