Heartland Payment Systems executives were joined by Edmond City Council members at the site of their new 22,000-square-foot facility.
Heartland will occupy 13,000 square feet of the new, 22,000-square-foot building which will serve as the company’s sales headquarters. The headquarters will be used for general sales operations, recruiting and training programs and will enable the company to hire up to 20 additional staff.
“Heartland has been part of the vibrant Edmond community for many years,” said Tony Capucille, chief sales officer, Heartland Payment Systems. “Our sales team has grown significantly over the past few years and our new headquarters will give us the additional space we need to continue to expand our sales operations team well into the future.”
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