CorvisaCloud hiring for new Chicago office

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CorvisaCloud, a Milwaukee-based call center technology company, is opening a Chicago office Thursday as it expands with a new capital infusion.

The company, which received $30 million in funding in April through its parent company, Kansas City, Missouri-based Novation Cos., will employ 30 at its new digs at 640 N. LaSalle in River North.

The new hires include sales, marketing, project management, technical support and software development.

The company expects to fill the jobs, most of which will be full time, within 16 months as part of a plan to add 100 workers across its Chicago, Milwaukee and Tampa offices, according to CorvisaCloud President Matt Lautz.

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