Robert M. Tharnish has been named vice president, corporate quality, by The ABC Companies, Inc., the US-based commercial receivable management firm. In this position, Tharnish will be responsible for the identification and implementation of initiatives to improve the company’s delivery systems, work procedures, and interdepartmental communications to ensure that all processes and systems meet client needs and expectations. With the company since 1978, Bob’s previous positions included regional manager, director of international operations, and roles as vice president overseeing operations, quality management and collection services.
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