NCR Corp. has begun telling employees at its Dayton, Ohio, facility whether they will be offered jobs at its new headquarters in Duluth, Ga.
The automated teller machine company employs about 1,200 people in Dayton, but by the end of 2010, when its Georgia move is complete, it expects to have fewer than 100 working there, NCR spokesman Peter Tulupman wrote in an e-mail last week.
"Certain functions will remain in Dayton," he wrote. "These include sales, customer support and data center roles."
NCR's presence in Dayton dates from 1884, when it was founded as National Cash Register.
It said in June that it planned to move its headquarters to Georgia as part of a cost-cutting effort that also included taking in-house the manufacturing operations it had outsourced in 2007.
The Duluth site is closer to where it has a factory and other administrative and design operations.