INDIANAPOLIS - A Boston-based company that helps businesses with automated customer service announced plans to bring 1,000 jobs to Indianapolis by the end of 2015.
Interactions Corporation announced Wednesday that it will begin hiring immediately to fill 1,000 customer service/data entry positions.
Interactions, which has been operating in Indianapolis since 2006, is a self-described "provider of conversational automated systems for customer care."
Interactions Corporation also has locations in Austin, Texas, and Franklin, Massachusetts.
Candidates can apply by visiting http://www.interactions.net/careers/intent-analyst/
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