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TekCollect Opens New National Account Service Center and Corporate Headquarters
Date:1/16/2010

TekCollect, one of the nation’s leading providers of accounts receivable management services, has moved its National Account Service Center and Corporate Headquarters to an historic building in downtown Columbus.

Columbus, OH (PRWEB) January 16, 2010 -- TekCollect, one of the nation’s leading providers of accounts receivable management services, has moved its National Account Service Center and Corporate Headquarters to an historic building in downtown Columbus.

The new space accommodates the firm’s rapidly growing information technology, client services and sales support teams. It also allows for extensive technical upgrades by enabling the firm to custom design the infrastructure necessary to support its technologies. This is not only a substantial benefit to corporate employees, but it also streamlines and optimizes virtual systems and communications for TekCollect’s 300+ field force across the nation.

“Instead of moving into a space that has limitations, we’ve been able to custom design the infrastructure to support our current technologies and allow for future upgrades,” said David Hughes, Vice President of Information Technology. “With the most cutting edge systems in place, we have greater performance and capabilities than ever, plus optimum disaster recovery and versatility going forward.”

According to Ron Douglas, Executive Vice President of Operations, “Our accounts receivable management solutions are entirely web-based. Everything we do depends on technology. With this level of customization and control, we can service our clients optimally and that’s what’s most important.”

TekCollect provides comprehensive accounts receivable management, collections and customerretention solutions to nearly 20,000 businesses nationwide. The Company partners with business owners t
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