TaskUs expands San Antonio offices, plans to have 500 employees

TaskUs, a Santa Monica, California-based company that provides business outsourcing to tech companies, has announced it is leasing 32,000-square-feet (two floors) of the Finesilver Building in San Antonio with plans to hire 500 employees. It now has about 60 workers in the local market, and uses the San Antonio office as an onshore option for businesses seeking customer service center operations.

“TaskUs is also working with large companies that are now updating legacy support operations and need our next-generation service to stay in step with how to best support their millennial customers and workforce,” Maddock said in a statement. “Some of those companies require services in the U.S., and so we’re here.”

Read the full article: TaskUs continues to expand, with plans to hire 500 U.S. employees (L.A. Biz)

TaskUs is leasing 32,000 square feet in the Finesilver Building is on Camaron Street in the Five Points Neighborhood just north of downtown.

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LA Times sits down with TaskUs CEO Bryce Maddock to talk start-up success strategies

The Los Angeles Times sat down with Bryce Maddock, co-founder and chief executive of TaskUs, a Santa Monica company that describes itself as “a progressive, new-age outsourcer” that handles customer service, call-center operations and other functions for start-ups as well as established firms. TaskUs has undergone an explosive growth in recent years, as revenue reached $80 million in 2016.

“Part of the ‘police force’ that is keeping pornography, offensive images and harassment off Tinder is us,” Maddock says. “We also do customer service and order placement for over half of the food delivery start-ups.”

Read the full article: TaskUs co-founder Bryce Maddock provides helping hands for tech start-ups (The Los Angeles Times)

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January 16th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

5 Indian Americans honored as part of EY's Entrepreneur of the Year program

Five Indian Americans have received distinctions from the EY Entrepreneur of the Year program for their successful business ventures and growing operations, including Jyoti Bansal, whose company AppDynamics won in the technology category of the Entrepreneur of the Year program for the Northern California region.

AppDynamics is an application performance management and IT operations analytics company founded in 2008.

Read the full article: Five Indian Americans Among Regional ‘EY Entrepreneur of the Year’ Winners (India West)

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June 30th, 2016|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

San Fernando Valley Business Journal Sits Down with Helinet Aviation’s New CEO, Kathryn Purwin

With a new CEO at the helm, Helinet Aviation is building on its history with the entertainment industry and strengthening its ties to law enforcement. Having assembled a strong team, Kathryn Purwin is focused on the future.

Read the full article. Accident Leads to New Leadership at Helicopter Firm (San Fernando Valley Business Journal)

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June 27th, 2016|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , , |