POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Immediate Credit Recovery (ICR) is pleased to announce Lynn (Heineman) Reynolds has joined our executive team to expand our growth in the accounts receivable and business process outsourcing space. Ms. Reynolds has over 26 years in the industry with strong ties in Federal and State servicing contracts, auto, consumer and education verticals. Prior to joining ICR, Ms. Reynolds spent the tenure of her years in the industry with other prominent agencies. She has a B.S. degree from Houghton College in Business Management, formerly served on the COHEAO and NCHER Board of Directors and has been a past presenter at numerous industry conferences.  

In addition to expanding ICR’s suite of services and exposure, Lynn will be responsible for ICR’s sales team, market direction, and marketing strategies. Lynn will also participate in our ongoing commitment to build relationships and develop synergies within the industry. “I have known Lynn for many years and we are very pleased to have her on board and look forward to her contributions as the newest member of the ICR management team”, said Juan Blanco, Chief Operations Officer. 

About ICR

Immediate Credit Recovery (ICR) is a BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) company specializing in customer-centric, performance-driven results in the federal, state, healthcare, education, and consumer verticals.  ICR is a premier servicer that prides itself with the highest levels of data security, regulatory compliance, and professionalism offered in our industry; all while ensuring that every individual contacted receives courteous, prompt and unsurpassed ethical treatment in every conversation. Our independent surveys confirm this unequaled commitment to total customer satisfaction.

ICR was founded in New York in 1990 with locations in Poughkeepsie, NY, Atlanta, GA and in San Angelo, TX.  For more information about our services, please contact sales@icrsolutions.net or visit our website at www.icrsolutions.net  

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