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CCMR3 Promotes Elyssa Klenotiz to Chief of Staff

05/15/2021

Syracuse, N.Y. – CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable management and collection services, is proud to announce the promotion of Elyssa Klenotiz to Chief of Staff.

In this role, Klenotiz will work alongside CCMR3’s Co-Founder and CEO, Jacob Corlyon, and serve as a partner to the CCMR3 leadership team to oversee and streamline strategic initiatives. She will also manage day-to-day administrative and operational activities, ensuring cross-functional business projects stay on-task and are completed on time.

“Elyssa has the skillset, know-how, and experience to help CCMR3 scale as we continue to experience incredible growth. Having invested over seven years of her career at CCMR3, her knowledge of the company’s operations is extensive and I’m confident she will have an even larger impact on our business,” said Corlyon. “Elyssa’s loyalty, commitment to excellence, and exceptional communication and organizational skills make her a perfect fit for this new role and I’m looking forward to her continued success as Chief of Staff.”

Klenotiz built her career at CCMR3, climbing through the ranks and proving value by serving in key management and operation roles. An ACA International-certified Professional Collections Specialist, her experience includes managing all levels of employees, overseeing company-wide training, managing collections software development, and servicing client accounts. Her focus on efficiency and improvement helped create and streamline many of CCMR3’s policies and systems that remain in place today.

Klenotiz has a bachelor’s degree in Business from SUNY IT and an associate degree in Accounting from Herkimer Community College.

About CCMR3

CCMR3 provides modern, technology-driven collections, debt purchasing, and litigation services for enterprises that need engagement with empathy, experience with compliance, and excellence in debt recovery. Leveraging state-of-the-art analytics and machine learning combined with a service-focused approach, CCMR3 helps organizations from a variety of industries protect their brands and improve their bottom lines. To learn more, visit www.ccmr3.com and follow us on LinkedIn

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