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Payments company i2c has announced plans for an Omaha operations center that will employ more than 300 people.

A California-based payments company on Tuesday announced plans to open an operations center in Omaha that will employ more than 300 people.

The company, i2c, said it plans to invest $30 million in the center, which it plans to have open by sometime this summer. It will be the company's second operations center in North America, following one in Montreal that opened in 2016.

The company provides financial institutions, corporations and government agencies credit, debit, prepaid and other payment and commerce solutions through a cloud-based software platform called Agile Processing.

It said the Omaha center will house information technology, account management, operations and contact center employees.

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Matt Olberding is a Lincoln native and University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate who has been covering business for the Journal Star since 2005.

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