Smart payments and integrated commerce firm i2c said Tuesday that it is opening an operations center in Omaha, Nebraska.
That center will be operational during the second quarter of this year. The Omaha location will be used, the company said in a release Tuesday, to expand the account management, operations and client services divisions, and will also be the setting of a network operations center. This is the second operations center in North America, coming on the heels of the 2016 opening of a Montreal, Canada location.
In the Omaha center, i2c is building out its employee base by 300 positions through the first year, with more staffing additions to follow. The total commitment is $30 million over the next four years.
Amir Wain, i2c’s founder and CEO, said that “this expansion underscores our commitment as we continue on our path to $1 billion in revenue.”
The Omaha center will be led by Peg Johnson, i2c EVP of global client success.
The company provides smarter payments and integrated commerce solutions for financial institutions, corporations, brands and governments via its cloud-based platform. That cloud-based system, i2c has said, supports virtually any card payment program in plastic, virtual or mobile form.