3800 Arco Corporate Drive, ​Suite 250
Charlotte, NC 28273


Office Hours: 8am-5pm EST, Monday-Friday

Technology Companies in Charlotte

Charlotte was ranked 16th by the Wall Street Journal, according to data collected by Moody’s Analytics, as the hottest job markets in 2021. U.S. News ranked Charlotte #30 in the nation for Best Places to Live. Therefore, it is easy to see why LBMC chose Charlotte as their newest location. With a rich talent pool already in the market, it makes sense that LBMC would join in as an information technology company in Charlotte, NC.

What services are offered at the Charlotte office?

Our Charlotte team works in a multitude of industries including healthcare, private equity and not-for-profit, just to name a few. We have Microsoft-certified professionals and consultants knowledgeable about every aspect of our offerings. We can support all LBMC Technology Solutions services in this office. See all our services on our homepage for more information.

What’s it like to live in Charlotte, NC?

Charlotte, North Carolina is the largest city in the state and is known for its growing economy, diverse culture, and southern charm. The city has a mix of historic and modern neighborhoods, with many options for housing, from historic homes to new developments. The cost of living in Charlotte is relatively affordable compared to other major cities in the US.

Charlotte is home to several large financial institutions, including Bank of America and Wells Fargo, which makes it a hub for the financial services industry. The city also has a growing healthcare and energy industry, as well as a burgeoning tech scene. The city is also home to several colleges and universities, including the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Johnson & Wales University and Queens University of Charlotte.

The city has a diverse population, and there is a variety of cultural events, festivals and cuisines to enjoy. The city also offers many outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and golfing opportunities in and around the city. The city also has a variety of parks and green spaces, including Freedom Park and the U.S. National Whitewater Center.

Charlotte has a good public transportation system, including a light rail system, buses, and bike-sharing program. The city also has a growing airport, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, which offers nonstop flights to destinations across the United States and the world.

Overall, Charlotte offers a great balance of city living with a southern charm, a growing economy, and a variety of cultural and recreational activities. With relatively low cost of living, diverse housing options, and a strong sense of community, it can be a great place to live.

For more information on working and living in Charlotte, visit the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce website.