BAE Systems Announces New Service Center in Charlotte, N.C.

Linda Hudson

BAE Systems, Inc. is building a new human resources and financial service center in Charlotte, N.C., that should be operational by the second half of 2011.

President and CEO of BAE Systems Linda Hudson said Charlotte was chosen after an extensive nationwide search for a location with suitable facilities, skilled talent and an affordable lifestyle.

“The consolidation of all of our company-wide processes and services for human resources and finance into one shared services center is essential to improving performance, reducing costs and improving competitiveness,” she said.

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