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News : ConServe Announces Grand Opening of Call Center in Buffalo Area
Cheektowaga, NY, Jan 16, 2015 -- ConServe, a provider of accounts receivable management and recovery solutions for colleges and universities, government agencies, and private lenders, unveiled its new, communication center in Cheektowaga, N.Y. The 25,000 square foot, 250 seat facility is located at 201 Como Park Boulevard in the Apple Tree Business Park.
"We selected the Cheektowaga site for our new Communication Center due to Buffalo’s extensive pool of talented, solution-oriented professionals and a booming local economy," said Mark Davitt, President of ConServe. "This move exemplifies our continued growth and success and we are thrilled to inaugurate our 30th Anniversary year by introducing our new office, as it will provide the space and capabilities that will enable ConServe and its employees to help our Clients and their customers achieve their collective goals."
County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz said "ConServe’s expansion into a new facility spotlights their tremendous growth and also demonstrates the strengths of our local workforce. I congratulate ConServe on 30 successful years in business and, as their workforce doubles at the new Cheektowaga location, I wish them many more years of productivity."
ConServe anticipates a significant demand for additional employees in the near future. They are currently hiring for problem-resolution counselors, training and development advisors, quality assurance analysts and Communication Center managers at both their new Cheektowaga location as well as their corporate headquarters in Rochester, N.Y. Please visit the Careers tab on our website for more information about joining the ConServe team: www. Conserve-arm.com.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Published: Monday, January 19, 2015