Executive Change: Kyle Rhine to Renkim as Business Development Manager

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Renkim, a national provider of print and electronic mail services to creditors and receivable management firms is pleased to announce that Kyle Rhine has joined Renkim as a Business Development Manager. Kyle will work with Renkim clients on providing solutions based products and services to help improve document delivery and improve cash-flow.

“I look forward to working with our clients to help identify areas of improvement with their mission critical documents, while matching Renkim products and services to help improve cash-flow,” states Kyle Rhine.

Prior to joining Renkim, Kyle served 7 years as a District Sales Manager for Scotts-Miracle Grow (NYSE: SMG), Kyle holds a BA from The Ohio State University and a Masters Degree from The University of Findlay.

“Kyle is a great addition to Renkim and his background and experience is well suited to help our clients. He is very customer focused, detailed and we are excited to have him on our team at Renkim,” said Kevin Gaffer, CEO.

Renkim Corporation, founded in 1982 is a leading provider of Print-Mail and Electronic document delivery to collection agencies, creditors and healthcare providers in North America. Renkim’s front end data analytic tools assist our client account decision making and our flexible messaging system allows users to communicate with customers through multi-channels via traditional print & mail, eNotice, eBill, SMS text messaging,  document archival and online payment portals.  Renkim is committed to client information security and is PCI-DSS, PII and SSAE #16 certified.

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