Tucker, Albin and Associates Inc., a Richardson, Texas-based commercial collection and asset recovery firm, is listed on the Inc. 5000 list, ranking of the fastest growing privately-held companies based on revenue growth from 2009 through 2012.
Tucker Albin's growth rate of 744% earned the firm a No. 618 ranking. Inc. magazine also recognized Tucker Albin in other categories including No. 39 on the Top 100 List of Financial Services Companies and No. 57 on the Top 100 List of Texas Companies.
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Tucker Albin provides commercial debt recovery for most business sectors through all ages of delinquency, while providing clients legal services through the firms national network of attorneys. The company cites a belief in sticking to its core principles as a key reason for its growth. "Tucker Albin was founded with a strong belief that treating all parties with respect would outperform all other debt collection tactics. By naming the company after their grandfathers and the principles they evoke, Tucker Albins founders conduct business with the integrity and spirit of a bygone generation and are committed to their belief that professionalism will outperform any other tactic in business," a company release stated.
"Tucker Albins unique approach to commercial collections, along with a strong management team guided by unwavering principles and a solid team of debt collectors, who all have a minimum of 15 years of experience, has proven to be a winning combination for clients, with results consistently beating the national debt recovery rate by an astonishing 54%," the company reports.
Adds Tucker Albin CEO Allen Humphris, "I would attribute our success to two factors, the continued recruiting, hiring and training of the most talented professionals in the industry along with the consistent quality of the service we provide our clients."
The company reports that employees enjoy an open-door policy, flexible hours and "fair compensation packages as well as support from a dedicated management team with the CEO and VP on the floor daily working with collectors, always willing to discuss issues, recommendations and new ideas."