Blackbaud, a Daniel Island-based software firm with global customers, laid off some of its staff last week.
The company said it had to eliminate positions within the company in order to shift resources from one area of the business to another as it invests in sales, research and development and cybersecurity, to name a few focus areas.
The company laid off workers in several departments as part of the restructuring; it did not disclose which departments were affected. The company did say that some positions were in Charleston, but the majority were in other locations.
Company spokesman Brian Kosoy said Blackbauds actions are about our responsibility, as a publicly traded company, to our shareholders, customers and employees to reg…
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