The move will mean 130 jobs over the next five years.
Cooper said the company will also invest $1.8 million at its current Cary offices.
"We're proud that this global company has chosen to expand its operations here in the heart of North Carolina's Research Triangle and call our state home," Cooper said. "Wake County and Cary offer the prime location, ideal business environment and talented workforce needed for a high-tech headquarters and we're excited Trilliant recognizes that."
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