Call center with at least 250 jobs could open in Marion

An affiliate of IBM wants to spend $2.5 million to open a customer service center in a former school in Marion.

The center, which would be part of Gov. Mitch Daniels’ privatization of the collection and management of data for the Family and Social Services Administration, would answer questions about Medicaid, welfare and other FSSA services, according to The Chronicle-Tribune.

The anticipated 250-plus employees, some of whom are expected to be shifted from other locations, would inject $6.2 million in payroll into the area.

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