Windham expanding in state
Posted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 12:00 am
Windham Professionals has announced the company will expand operations at its two Tennessee locations. The expansions will create an additional 150 positions in Alcoa and 95 positions in Hendersonville and represents an investment of $500,000, according to a news release from the state Department of Economic and Community Development.
“We identified business services and call centers as one of the key sectors where Tennessee holds a unique competitive advantage,” state Commissioner of Economic and Community Development Bill Hagerty said. “Our state offers a pro-business environment, low costs and a strong technology infrastructure, and I am pleased our business recruitment efforts in these important sectors are yielding results.”
“All of us at Windham Professionals are excited to be a part of both the business communities in Hendersonville and Alcoa,” Windham Professionals president and CEO Erin Zaldastani said.
“We are honored that Windham Professionals continues to grow its corporate workforce and to fill its new Class A regional headquarters with over 300 employees,” Hendersonville Mayor Scott Foster said.
“As we position our city for economic growth, we are reminded once again through Windham’s expansion that your best customer is your existing customer,” Hendersonville Director of Economic and Community Development Don Long said.
Since 1982, Windham has been a leader in the collections industry, helping clients realize new revenue streams.
Windham is headquartered in Salem, N.H., with a regional headquarters at its Hendersonville location.