CTG, a Buffalo-based information technology and solutions company, named Rick Sullivan vice president in the company’s strategic staffing services division. He joins James Nichiporuk, who was appointed strategic staffing services vice president earlier this year.
People First Mobility named three new board members: Mary Ann Kedron, MBA, Ph.D., a health care academic and clinical research consultant and a former assistant professor at the University at Buffalo; Donald White, who runs White and Family Holdings LP, a family-owned-and-operated investment firm that includes equities, bonds and real estate; and Karin Ziegler, president and CEO of Presbyterian Senior Care of Western New York.
Northstar Location Services, a Cheektowaga-based debt-collection firm, acquired Florida-based Collection Management Solutions. Terms were not disclosed. With this deal, Northstar’s business process outsourcing and collections management services now include bank card, retail card, auto, consumer loans, student loans, mortgage and equipment leasing, in addition to technology-enabled patient access services, third-party reimbursement, self-pay and payment recovery solutions for hospitals and health care providers. The combined company will operate under the Northstar brand name. Collection Management Solutions has 27 jobs, all of which will be kept.
Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled Inc. received a $33,750 technology grant from the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation. The grant will be used to develop a comprehensive two- to three-year technology plan with the help of Station 28, IT consulting firm.