Executive Change: Providence Dane Boosts Debt Collection Sales Team

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Providence Dane announces the expansion of its sales team by appointing Kirstyn Lazar as Sales Executive, to facilitate the growing demand for debt collection services in the marketplace.

Promoting a fresh perspective and innovative approach to debt collection, Lazar is responsible for broadening the reach of Providence Dane and introducing more businesses to the revolutionary services the company has developed in the collection of consumer and commercial debt.

Founded in 2007, the Virginia Beach-based company developed Intelligent Collections, a proprietary process that uses a combination of innovative technologies to uncover and evaluate the precise dimensions of each account and direct the most valuable course of collection action. Whether an account requires a phone call, a letter, or referral to litigation in order to resolve it, Intelligent Collections will ensure that each client’s account receives only the most profitable and effective recovery solution.

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