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News : Concentrix to Expand Campus
Greenville, SC, USA, Feb 4, 2016 -- Concentrix, a wholly owned subsidiary of Synnex Corporation, announced it will expand its call center presence on Wade Hampton Boulevard in Greenville with a new lease at its current location, which will mean the company will occupy all of Building III at the 2000 Wade Hampton Boulevard Office Park. Building III has five floors with 143,833 square feet.
Concentrix purchased IBM’s global customer care and industry process services business in 2014 and has outgrown its leased space in Building I of the 28-acre campus. The move to Building III will almost double the company’s leased space. There are three buildings at the Wade Hampton office park. NEXT High School occupies Building II, and Building I will now have the third and fourth floors vacant and available for lease.
"Our team pursued and vetted various large prospects at the 2000 Wade Hampton Boulevard Office Park," said Charles Gouch, CBRE senior vice president. "With the large block of contiguous space available, the flexibility of floor plans and the high-capacity data center within the lower level, Concentrix proved to be the best fit for Building III."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Concentrix, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE: SNX), is a business services company. We focus on customer engagement and improving business outcomes for over 450 global clients across six continents. Our 100,000+ staff deliver technology-infused, omni-channel customer experience management, marketing optimization, digital, consulting, analytics, and back office solutions in 40+ languages from 125+ delivery centers. We serve automotive; banking and financial services; insurance; healthcare; technology; consumer electronics; media and communications; retail and e-commerce; travel and transportation; and energy and public sector clients.
Published: Friday, February 5, 2016