The executive appointments strengthen PlumChoice’s unique business model, which enables partners to optimize the experiences that consumers and businesses derive from their technology, yielding greater lifetime value for those partners. Read More
Boston Business Journal
By Mary Moore
Getting an on-campus job has new meaning at Boston’s Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, where technology support company PlumChoice has opened a call center staffed exclusively by Ben Franklin students.
The call center opened in early August and, at the moment, 15 students are working there part-time, fielding calls from PlumChoice customers who are having problems with their PCs. The students earn between $13 and $15 an hour and receive paid time off, tuition reimbursement and some other benefits, according to PlumChoice, which is based in Lowell.