Optomi, through Provalus, projects to have a $210m impact with its new Brewton, Alabama project

Governor Kay Ivey announced that Provalus, a company specializing in business technology service and support, plans to invest $6.5 million to open a center in Brewton staffed with 300 workers. Atlanta-based Optomi, one of the nation’s fastest-growing tech-staff firms, launched Provalus to provide an alternative to overseas outsourcing of business functions. Provalus aims to utilize untapped talent in small communities …

Read More7 August, 2017

New York Times reports – Hot Spot for Tech Outsourcing: The United States

NYT posted an article about domestic outsourcing just as Provalus launched.  Quite timley! ### For years, American companies have been saving money by “offshoring” jobs — hiring people in India and other distant cubicle farms. Today, some of those jobs are being outsourced again — in the United States. Nexient, a software outsourcing company, reflects the evolving geography of technology …

Read More30 July, 2017

Provalus LAUNCHED

We’re building rural domestic technology centers offering ITO, BPO and Helpdesk services that compete head-on with traditional offshoring. ### Optomi announced today that it launched a plan to bring 300 jobs to southern Alabama through its Provalus division.  Provalus is elevating under-served communities by providing technology, business and support positions to untapped talent in the U.S.  Services in the areas of …

Read More27 July, 2017

Tech jobs

Brewton is eyeing an economic development deal to bring scores of new technical jobs to the area. Monday, the city council set a July 17 public hearing date to discuss partnering with Optomi, LLC, a tech staffing firm with eight locations around the nation, including Atlanta, Dallas, Baltimore, Denver and Charlotte, N.C. The company’s website states the corporate mission as …

Read More5 July, 2017