Data Dimensions hires 1,000th employee

Data Dimensions hires 1,000th employee

JANESVILLE, WI (Aug. 2014)

In June, Data Dimensions celebrated the hiring of its 1,000th employee, illustrating the growth both the company and its industry is experiencing.

For 40 years, Data Dimensions has been a leader in the area of business process automation (BPA), and as more businesses look to increase efficiency by eliminating paperwork and outsourcing tasks to focus on core competencies, Data Dimensions has continued to expand its operations.

Much of Data Dimensions’ recent growth has been at thanks to the expanded workload of its Government Division. To handle the additional processing of documents for Veterans Affairs, more than 60 team members are being added at the company’s production facility in Janesville, as Data Dimensions expects to process 38 million images in the month of July alone. In addition, Data Dimensions has added employees to its newest facility, a state-of-the-art building in Clinton, IA, which began operations in Nov. 2013 and has space to accommodate up to 450 team members.

“Natural, organic growth is taking place at Clinton,” explains Jon Boumstein, President and CEO of Data Dimensions. “New people are getting hired, and they’re continuing to get faster. Ultimately, our expansion at both locations is assisting the Veterans Administration in accelerating its claims processing.”
Data Dimensions’ growth will continue. In addition to its facilities in Janesville and Clinton, the company also has workers in Brown Deer and Brookfield, WI, as well as a new facility opening near Lexington, KY.

In October 2013, Data Dimensions was featured in the second annual Inc. Hire Power Awards, which recognize private businesses that have generated the most jobs in the past 18 months. Data Dimensions generated 350 jobs between Jan. 2012 and June 2013, placing it among the top five private job creators in the business products and services industry and among the top 100 private business job creators in the United States.

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