Financial technology internet company to invest more than $1 million, create nearly 60 new jobs in Williamson County

Nashville –  OMNICOMMANDER, a financial internet company, officials announced today the company will invest $1.3 million to expand its Brentwood, Tennessee, flagship office by hiring several key positions over the next two years. 

The technology company will create 58 new jobs in Williamson County with positions including CTO, CMO, COO, vice presidents, directors, managers, product specialists, developers and software engineers. This growth will allow OMNICOMMANDER to build out new product and service lines that will support existing and new clients.

“Since we opened our first office in Nashville, we have found the talent pool and the city to just be an incredible draw. We have been making significant investments at our flagship location and will continue to do so with the rapid expansion and plans of hiring another 60 COMMANDOs, all to be based in Tennessee. These are high paying, highly technical jobs that we will recruit people from around the world to fulfill. We are very excited about the future growth and adding to the already well-known fact that Tennessee is a great place to build a company,” said Eric Isham, founder and CEO, OMNICOMMANDER.

Veteran-owned and operated, OMNICOMMANDER is one of the fastest-growing financial technology, digital marketing and cybersecurity firms in the financial technology space. Upon completion of this project, the company will more than double its existing workforce in Tennessee.

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