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TeleTech Holdings Plans Customer Service Center in Sherwood, Arkansas

Area Development Online News Desk (06/10/2014)
TeleTech Holdings, Inc., a leading global provider of analytics-driven, technology-enabled customer engagement solutions, plans a new customer experience center in Sherwood, Arkansas, which will create more than 250 jobs in the surrounding area.

Located in the Wildwood Centre & Medical Tower, TeleTech’s new center will represent a nationally-recognized, public health insurance client, and is seeking prospective job applicants with life and healthcare licenses. The center will officially open its doors in July, and is now hiring for a variety of jobs serving TeleTech’s clients in the healthcare industry.

“In our commitment to supporting employment growth in local communities throughout the US, we are delighted to work with the state of Arkansas to bring more jobs to its citizens,” said Kenneth Tuchman, Chairman/CEO of TeleTech. “The Little Rock area holds great talent and expertise that will help us expand and improve upon the services to our clients.”

“The services TeleTech will be providing are vital in our information age, and Central Arkansas’s workforce has the talent and dedication required to help the company thrive and prosper here,” said Governor Mike Beebe. “We thank TeleTech for its investment in Arkansas and our citizens.”

“TeleTech’s decision to locate in Sherwood brings with it a significant number of new jobs that will have a positive impact on our local economy for many years,” said Barry Sellers, Economic Development Director at the Sherwood Chamber of Commerce. "We appreciate the company’s decision to establish its first Arkansas location in Sherwood and look forward to adding another great partner to our business community.”

“We are proud to welcome TeleTech to Sherwood and know the company will find the local workforce a great fit for its needs,” said Mayor Virginia Hillman. “The addition of more than 200 new jobs will benefit the entire Sherwood business community. TeleTech had the opportunity to locate its new operation anywhere across the U.S. and chose Sherwood. This is a testament to the strength of our workforce and our citizens.”

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