Professional services company Accenture said it will expand in Nashville, Tennessee in the US this year, creating 165 technology jobs in the process. The firm will locate its space in the Sylvan Supply project at the former Madison Mill site.
Beth Wright, managing director and client account lead for Tennessee Health and Public Service at Accenture, said Accenture is committed to Nashville and its vibrant, dynamic, and growing technology community. She added that the company’s investment in the area is an investment in its clients, its people, and the Nashville community. Governor Bill Lee said Accenture’s move to invest in Nashville reinforces Middle Tennessee’s booming economy and increasing number of high-quality jobs.
Accenture offers different services and solutions in strategy, consulting, Disneygital, technology, and operations. It has offices and operations in over 200 cities across 52 countries, and clients that span the full range of industries across the globe.