Xebia, a leading global IT consulting and software engineering services company, today announced the opening of its new headquarters in Atlanta, further strengthening its presence in the Americas. This expansion marks a significant milestone for Xebia as it continues to establish itself as an authority in digital innovation and industry transformation — providing businesses with differentiated solutions that position them to compete and win in the digital economy.
The selection of Atlanta for Xebia’s headquarters aligns with its strategy to quintuple its Americas revenue in the next three years, with plans to create over 1,000 jobs locally and across the Americas. The city’s robust talent pool, sourced from top-tier universities like Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia, Morehouse University, and Emory University, and its dynamic market, home to numerous Fortune 500 companies and a flourishing tech sector, present substantial growth opportunities. This location, bolstered by tech giants such as Microsoft, Google, AWS, and Salesforce, solidifies a commitment to partner with others and to be closer to several of its strategic clients.
Globally, Xebia employs 5,500+ skilled professionals and is rapidly expanding. The Atlanta headquarters will add specialized consulting personnel, research and development labs, client conference areas, and education rooms.
“Our investment in Atlanta reflects Xebia’s commitment to delivering exceptional consulting and IT services in this rapidly evolving market,” said Anand Sahay, Global CEO of Xebia. “This expansion highlights our dedication to providing unmatched support to our clients and conveys our confidence that industry digitalization will continue to grow across the Americas. We are committed to helping businesses capture opportunities and navigate the complexities of the modern landscape.”
Since 2001, Xebia has empowered some of the world’s most successful brands across banking, insurance, retail, airline, pharma, and life sciences to transform their businesses with digital technologies such as AI, Intelligent Automation, Data, and Cloud. With a growing demand for digital transformation across industries and geographies, the new headquarters will serve as a strategic hub for a local team of consultants, software engineers, industry experts, and technology visionaries. Xebia is putting down roots in Buckhead, an area quickly positioning itself as a major hub for technology innovation with companies that span fast-growing startups and large enterprises in the Atlanta Metro area.
“We warmly welcome Xebia to its new location in Buckhead. As a region deeply invested in innovation and technology, metro Atlanta is a natural home for companies of all sizes working to drive technological innovation,” said Katie Kirkpatrick, president and CEO of the Metro Atlanta Chamber. “With our unparalleled connectivity, diverse and skilled talent pool, and critical mass of major corporations, we know Xebia will thrive here in Atlanta.”
To officially unveil the new headquarters, Xebia hosted an event on Tuesday, January 16th, at the Buckhead Tower alongside clients and partners as well as members of the local business, non-profit, and educational communities. The Netherlands Consul-General, Jacob Veerman, also attended and spoke at the celebration.
“A big part of our mission locally is to strengthen the ties between the Southeast region of the U.S. and the Netherlands. As part of that mission, we are committed to ensuring that Dutch companies like Xebia are well supported and introduced into new cities and are set up to provide mutual business growth and other economic benefits to the local community,” said Jacob Veerman, Consul General of the Netherlands. “We are honored to be a part of this major milestone as part of Xebia’s global growth journey.”
Xebia is actively embedding a focus on diversity and broader ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance) into their Americas business strategy, including building partnerships with many Atlanta-based community organizations, including the Atlanta International School, MUST Ministries, The King Center, and others. “ESG is an important element of our plan for Xebia across the Americas, and we look forward to inviting our clients and alliances to partner with us on the journey to maximize outcomes,” said Keith Landis, Global Chief Marketing Officer of Xebia.
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