Georgia is the place where technology and science converge to create a corporate climate primed for success. Companies in Georgia gain a competitive advantage from the state's unparalleled business infrastructure. Executives are linked to a strong network of associations and organizations that foster professional and business development. There is also a network of professional services that are ready to support the growth of technology-based businesses here in Georgia. From Hartsfield International Airport, to extensive highways, rail systems and deepwater ports, to investments made in leading telecommunications systems, Georgia has what any business needs - an environment that fosters success.

Read our success stories to see how Georgia has helped technology and life science companies thrive.

Total System Services
When Total System Services (TSYS) needed 1,500 programmers to expand its transaction processing business, Georgia created the Intellectual Capital Partnership Program (ICAPP), directing the full spectrum of resources from the state's university system to meet that need.

When BresaGen located its U.S. headquarters in Georgia, the Georgia Research Alliance (GRA) partnership of Georgia's research universities, businesses and state government was a major factor. BresaGen came to Athens, Georgia after acquiring Cytogenesis, a company founded by GRA Eminent Scholar (and University of Georgia professor) Steven Stice.

When NCR looked for innovative ways to become more competitive in the global software engineering market, ICAPP brokered a partnership between the company and two universities in rural Georgia that provide NCR with a cost-effective way to update its software for retail markets.