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Unidev hires for IT jobs in Vegas

Monday, September 17th, 2012

For those living in the Nevada area, it appears that Unidev is hiring for IT jobs in Vegas.

The company is known for specializing in custom software development and mobile development.

With offices in both St. Louis and Las Vegas, Unidev provides productivity applications, custom software development and technology consulting services to both business and government.

Unidev recently announced a new mobile development department under the Vice President of Mobile and Web Technologies, Catherine Harris, formerly an executive with Bank of America.

According to an article, Unidev has recently completed a series of several enterprise-level mobile development projects for the entertainment and hospitality industries and is looking to fill a number of .NET and JAVA development positions for the mobile department.

“We have a Microsoft .NET development team, a JAVA development team, a front end HTML5 and CSS development team and all of the resources and support for those teams,” said Greg Alexander, President and CEO at Unidev. “With this new mobile department, we can truly provide the solution that the customer needs without asking them to adhere to a limited set of programming capabilities or a specific mobile platform. We can help them identify and implement the best mobile solution for their needs.”

Unidev offers offers over thirty different programming language capabilities.

ResortCom to create call center jobs in Vegas

Monday, September 10th, 2012

With the opening of a new facility and the start of a new journey, ResortCom will create call center jobs in Vegas.

The provider of financial and resort operations services opened a 120 seat call center in Las Vegas, NV.

The move represents a shifting their previous strategy of sourcing the call center through partnerships in Mexico City back to the USA.

Lots of people have already been brought on. 36 people have been hired, including a management staff of 8 people.

ResortCom International’s current client list includes: El Cid Resorts, Grand Solmar, Occidental Vacation Club, Park Plaza Resort, Playa Grande Resort and Spa, Raintree Vacation Club, Universal Vacation Club, Viva Vacation Club, Villa La Estancia Resort, Velas Vallarta, Bahia de Principe Avalon Vacation Club, Royal Holiday/Costamex and The Villa Group, to name a few.

In addition to loan receivables servicing and portfolio management, ResortCom’s Financial Services Division also specializes in Maintenance Fee Billing and Collections, Merchant Credit Card Services, Tax Withholding Trust Administration, Custodial Services and Lender Support. The international company provides services in many languages and currencies. It also has a Resort Management Division provides full hospitality management service to a number of brands, most notably LaTour Hotels and Resorts, with four- and five-star properties worldwide.

“After the Great Recession and the Social Media revolution, it’s a different world out there in our industry. Consumers demand the best possible service and experiences. Although most of our managed resorts are physically situated in Mexico, after listening closely to our clients and their members, it has become clear that we can service our timeshare clients best from the US,” said John Small, Chairman of the San Diego-based company.

BAsing the call center in the U.S. has meaning for the company.

“The US-based call center will increase our ability to continue to listen and be flexible. Our technology is of the highest level to simplify these communications,” said Alex Marxer, President of ResortCom.