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SaviLinx Receives Award for Economic Impact

SaviLinx is delighted to receive the HUBZone Contractors National Council’s award for Economic Impact for HUBZone Small Business of the Year – Rural America. The mission of the HUBZone Program is to promote job growth, capital investment, and economic development to historically underutilized business zones (HUBZones). SaviLinx is a certified HUBZone small business contractor and [...]

Hiring Open House Sept. 30 – Brunswick, Maine

We're hiring Seasonal Customer Service Representatives for a large government contract. Come to our Brunswick Open House to meet the team, learn more about our open positions, and apply on site. You'll have a chance to see our contact center and be interviewed by a member of our hiring team. Apply right on site. Walk [...]

SaviLinx to Hire 178 Contact Center Agents in Maine

Seasonal positions range from one week to four months and support the expansion of a federal contract BRUNSWICK, Maine – August 23, 2018 – To support the expansion of a large seasonal contract with a government agency, SaviLinx, LLC is hiring 178 seasonal contact center agents for its Brunswick Landing facility. These well-paid positions ($17.15/hour [...]

SaviLinx: 100% Powered by Green Energy

SaviLinx’s headquarters is on the former Naval Air Station in Brunswick, Maine. We recently caught up with Steve Levesque, Executive Director of the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority. MRRA has been responsible for redeveloping the Naval Air Station to what is now called Brunswick Landing, a thriving office park and corporate jet facility. One of his [...]

Portland Press Herald: SaviLinx, Maine’s fast-growing private company, looking to hire

"SaviLinx is an employment engine," says CEO Heather Blease. "For us to grow, we need to hire people." Courtesy Photo By J. Craig Anderson January 2, 2018 Brunswick-based customer service outsourcing firm SaviLinx, one of Maine’s fastest-growing private companies, has been gearing up for major growth in 2018. The company, which has contact [...]

SaviLinx Awarded HUBZone Certification, Paving Way for Additional Government Contracts

Maine-based contact center company now holds both HUBZone certification and Women Owned Small Business certification BRUNSWICK, Maine – March 21, 2017 – SaviLinx, LLC, a contact center specializing in business process outsourcing and technical support services, has been certified as a Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The HUBZone [...]

Teleworking Expands Benefits of Business Process Outsourcing

Contact Center Teleworking Lowers Costs, Makes Companies More Nimble, and Increases Diversity By Heather D. Blease, CEO, SaviLinx Government agencies have long partnered with outsourced contact centers to provide innovative service and fill service gaps. Today’s new class of contact centers partner closely with agencies to manage a range of business processes for customer service [...]

SaviLinx Celebrates Successful Completion of Two Contracts

SaviLinx has successfully completed two contracts providing business process outsourcing services in support of a large insurance firm at its Brunswick, Maine contact center. These contracts enabled SaviLinx to hire hundreds of employees for terms that ranged up to six months in length at above-average wages. Dozens of these positions converted to full-time, permanent status, [...]

SaviLinx, InSphero Named Most Innovative Businesses of 2016

MRRA Honors pair of Brunswick Landing Companies at Annual Dinner The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA), the organization managing the transition of the former Naval Air Station Brunswick (NASB) from military to civilian use, recognized two Brunswick Landing companies for innovative business practices at the MRRA annual meeting and dinner held at the Hilton Garden [...]

Mainebiz: SaviLinx thrives on not being your average call center

Mainebiz | October 17, 2016 BY LORI VALIGRA "We want to start targeting professional industries and businesses and introduce our product into a new market," says Ranalletti, who bought the business a year ago with his wife, Kap Wallingford. They moved to Freeport from Vermont, where they still have three employees working from their homes [...]