State of Kansas,
the great state of Kansas was granted statehood in 1861, becoming the
34th state in the US. Now with a population of nearly 3,000,000, Kansas
is known as the Sunflower State, Wheat State, and the Jayhawker State.
We felt Kansas was an ideal home for a call center because of the warm,
friendly Midwestern people. Since Kansas is in the heartland of
America, your company will benefit from ideal shipping distribution
points and our central standard time zone. Why else would a major
www.amazon.com choose Kansas for the location of its fulfillment center?
our parent company
introduced the Executive Suites concept to Wichita. Since then, the Omni
Companies have grown to include the kinds of services and resources that
Make Your Business Go: Call Center +
Fulfillment, Medical Billing, Credit Services, Wireless Sales
+ Service, Executive Suites + Virtual Offices.
Wichita, Kansas has won the national distinction of All America City not
once...but three times. What makes Kansas' largest city such an
award-winning community for business and families? Two billion
dollars annually in global commerce plays a big part. But, there
are a lot of other influences at work in this metropolitan area of
more than 500,000 residents.
is the largest computer company in the world and the largest
global supplier of personal computers. Dell develops and markets
hardware, software, solutions, and services including industry-leading
enterprise computer solutions, fault-tolerant business-critical
solutions, networking and communication products, commercial desktop
and portable products, and consumer PCs.
is one of the world's largest
computer companies, offering computers that range in size from
palmtops to supercomputers. In addition, HP manufactures and
services networking products to help customers connect HP computers as
well as those of other manufacturers. HP is a leader in both
UNIX system and Windows NT platforms and in successfully integrating
them in today's business environments.
FedEx Corporation provides integrated transportation, information,
and logistics solutions through a powerful family of companies that
operate independently yet compete collectively
UPS, or United Parcel Service
Inc., is a 93-year-old company whose history spans the bicycle to the
Internet. Today the largest
express carrier and largest package carrier in the world, UPS
continues to develop the frontiers of logistics, supply chain
management and e-Commerce . . . combining the flows of goods,
information and funds.
Lucent Technologies is at the
center of it. Call centers are evolving into multimedia "consumer
contact centers," handling not just telephone calls but also e-mail
messages and Internet inquiries.
AT&T is among the world's premier voice, video and data
communications companies, serving consumers, businesses and
government. AT&T has annual revenues of nearly $66 billion and 162,000
employees, and provides services to customers worldwide.
Commence Corporation is a leading provider of Customer
Relationship Management and e-business solutions for small to mid-size
companies. For more than a decade, Commence has dedicated itself
to supporting the information management needs of these businesses by
providing easy to use, cost effective solutions that enable them to
better serve their customers.
Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, services and
Internet technologies for personal and business computing. The company
offers a wide range of products and services designed to empower
people through great software -- any time, any place and on any
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