Thread regarding Fiserv Inc. layoffs

Lincoln longevity

Whenever Frank is asked to list out the go-forward locations, he mentions Omaha but not Lincoln. I think it's safe to say that Lincoln's remaining buildings will be sold off, in favor of having everyone commute to Omaha. Except that nobody wants to waste two hours of their day (plus dealing with rude drivers) commuting to the old/smelly Omaha FD campus. Frank knows this and this is why there will be plenty of room for the few FISV simps that actually decide to commute.

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FROM ANOTHER THREAD

From the press release (had to be sneaky and print screen before the paywall shot up, lol) I typed this out from the screen capture, hope y'all appreciate the effort.

By Teddy Nykiel, reporter Milwaukie Business Journal
Oct 8th, 2021 11:30 AM EDT

As part of a new location strategy, financial company Fiserv Inc. is consolidating its U.S. offices and focusing operations in Wisconsin, New Jersey, Georgia, Nebraska, Florida and New York.

The company's headquarters will remain in Brookfield, Wisconsin, which it considers one of its strategic locations, according to Ann Cave, a Fiserv VP of external communications. The other locations are Coral Springs; Berkeley Heights, New Jersey; Alpharetta, Georgia; Omaha, Nebraska and New York City, Cave said.

Fiserv (Nasdaq:FISV) announced it will add 2,000 jobs in New Jersey by establishing a new Berkeley Heights for technology and product research. The $105.6 million project will receive $109.2 million in tax incentives over seven years from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), according to a NJEDA memo.

Fiserv began evaluating its national real estate footprint after its $22 billion acquisition of First Data Corp. in 2019, according to the memo. the company has closed or is in the process of closing around 100 U.S. offices as part of this initiative, the memo said.

Fiserv Inc. is looking to concentrate its presence in approximately seven cities or 'hubs' across the U.S., the memo stated. "Accordingly, Fiserv Solutions will be evaluating its remaining locations to determine whether it is most appropriate to consolidate, expand or exit a given geography."

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Post ID: @4tgx+1dgrqlYl

58,000 sf expansion coming to Omaha and maybe more.!?
https://eomahaforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=20971

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Post ID: @1gyy+1dgrqlYl

58,000 sf expansion coming to Omaha

https://planning.cityofomaha.org/images ... ber/17.pdf

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Post ID: @1ovo+1dgrqlYl

U r correct. 2. My response is based on how u can mis interpret the original. Big deal. Wasn’t being childish. And I’m a woman not a man. Have a nice day.

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Post ID: @1wmv+1dgrqlYl

Responding to the 'it isn't two hours' poster. If you pull up google maps and put in directions, it's about an hour from Lincoln to Omaha, an hour ten minutes in morning traffic. So if you add the morning commute to the evening commute, you get.... about two hours if not more.

So the OP is right in their analysis.

What is the problem with the company men posting here, seemingly motivated by malice and petulance?

It's so bizarre seeing impish, child-like responses to legitimate criticism.

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Post ID: @ogt+1dgrqlYl

Lincoln to Omaha isn’t two hours. So that proves u r not from the area.

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Post ID: @ysr+1dgrqlYl

Lincoln is not closing. He has never said it is and anyone who knows anything knows it is not closing. Stop speculating and lying. Must be another post from a competitor. I bet you aren’t even from Lincoln.

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