Automated Collection Control Inc. (also known as “YGC” and “YouveGotClaims”) announced that President and CEO Warren S. Rosenfeld, Esq. has stepped down from the positions to pursue other opportunities within and outside the collection industry.
The transition is part of the strategic plan developed by Rosenfeld and company co-founders, Stevan Goldman and Jeffrey Zuck, when Rosenfeld joined the firm five years ago. As part of that plan, Mark Meisenbacher was retained as chief operating officer and chief financial officer approximately one year ago.
As expected, Meisenbacher now will assume the title of president and will take full management control of the company. Goldman and Zuck will continue to be active in the company's strategic development through their roles as controlling shareholders and members of the board.
Rosenfeld will remain as a board member, a position he has held since 2005. He is a former president of the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys and is a 30-year veteran of the collection industry.
“I have greatly enjoyed my time at YGC and I am very proud of the company’s growth and evolution during my time here. I look forward to helping the company continue its growth beyond 2010 in whatever formal or informal capacity I may enjoy now that my scheduled time as president and CEO has expired," he says. "It has been rewarding to see the strategic plan drafted five years ago be executed as well as it was, and to know that the company can now move onto its next phase.”
Automated Collection Control is a privately held provider of Web-based technology used to deliver and analyze data, specifically that data dealing with outsourced portfolios and the service providers servicing those portfolios.
Established in 2001, it enjoys the support of more than 600 clients and users, including the support of many of the largest domestic banks, financial institutions and debt buyers. It is headquartered in Pine Brook, N.J.