CloudOne Locates Call Center in Nashville, Tennessee
Founded in 2010, CloudOne provides auto dealerships with customer service infrastructure to facilitate new and used car sales. The company also offers digital marketing services, customer retention marketing and credit-based lead generation through its wholly-owned subsidiary.
“We considered several cities for our new location and ultimately selected Nashville because of the strong combination of workforce talent and city commitment to high performance and economic development through corporate growth. We couldn’t be more excited to be here,” CloudOne CEO Jim Crouse said.
“CloudOne’s announcement is a testament to Tennessee’s strong business environment and our quality workforce. I’m pleased CloudOne has chosen to establish operations in Nashville and create hundreds of job opportunities,” said Governor Bill Lee.
“We’ve sought to foster a business climate in Tennessee that encourages companies to invest and grow. CloudOne’s investment promises to create hundreds of new jobs in Davidson County, and we’re proud to join with our local partners to help secure new job opportunities for residents in Middle Tennessee,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe said.
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