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PlumChoice, based in Lowell, Mass., partners with companies to sell and deliver advanced tech-support services. PlumChoice converted 1,044 square feet of its existing 6,264-square-foot space at West 120th Ave. in Broomfield to serve as a training facility and call center.
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New agents will be trained in-house then transition to work-from-home positions upon completion of the program, according to a prepared statement.
“This new facility allows us to leverage talent in and around the Broomfield area so we can continue to grow and evolve our team as technology – and consumers’ and small businesses’ use of it – advances,´ said David Temlak, senior vice president of customer service, innovation and delivery at PlumChoice.
Two weeks ago, PlumChoice created a 7,-quare-foot training facility in Lowell to accommodate business growth.
The company gained a presence in Broomfield by acquiring Everon Technology Services in 2010.