HP is moving its Customer Solution Center support to Alpharetta from Rio Rancho, NM, creating 200 jobs in Alpharetta.
In May 2012, HP announced a restructuring plan designed to simplify business processes, accelerate innovation and deliver better results for customers, employees and stockholders. An HP spokesperson said as part of that plan and in an effort to drive efficiencies, the Jan. 7 announcement to transition all Customer Solution Center (CSC) support currently delivered from New Mexico to Alpharetta.
The transition of the CSC will happen over the course of HP's fiscal year, which ends Oct. 31. News of the jobs was reported on the Atlanta Business Chronicle's AtlanTech blog earlier this week.
Details of the transition haven't been completed or announced yet. Some workers may relocate to Alpharetta.
HP lists job openings on its careers website, with job openings listed as of today at the Alpharetta campus on Westside Parkway. (Those seen on the site on Jan. 9 are not necessarily part of the 200 CSC positions referenced by an HP spokesperson.) Several technical consultant positions are listed as being with the company's global support system.