The launch of iX-OKC will allow ISPs and content providers in the region to keep local traffic local by reducing the need to exchange traffic in larger carrier exchange markets like Dallas or Kansas City.
When SYNQ3 Restaurant Solutions opened their Oklahoma City branch in October 2018, the CEO, Steve Bigari, projected that the company would hire 300 OKC-based telecommute employees in 2019.
On May 1, Rural Sourcing (RSI), the leading provider of US-based IT outsourcing services, opened a new development center in Oklahoma City. The new center will bring 150 high-tech jobs to OKC.
SafetySkills is a tech start-up company who provides online health and safety training to more than 23,000 organizations world-wide.
This edition of the OKC Business Advocate discusses legislative activity on guns, a software/cyber engineering incentive, government reform, workers’ compensation and medical marijuana.
While energy jobs are important to our local economy, most newcomers (and even some longtime residents) are shocked to learn that energy jobs make up only 3.5 percent of Oklahoma City’s employment base.
The 2019 Legislative Session began on Feb. 4 when Gov. Kevin Stitt delivered his first State of the State address to a joint session of the Oklahoma House and Senate.
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