TeleComp Moves to New Houston Office
Selects centralized office space in the Energy Corridor to better service customers
Rogers, Ark. (September 1, 2021) — Telecomp Holdings Inc., a regional technology company headquartered in Rogers, Arkansas, has moved their Houston, Texas office to a new location at 11777 Katy Fwy, Suite 395, Houston, TX 77079. The new office will officially open on September 7, 2021.
Chris Beaty, Chief Executive Officer of TeleComp, expressed enthusiasm about the new location, stating “the new office is centrally located in Northwest Houston in the Energy Corridor and allows TeleComp to better service our customers in a timely manner.”
“Houston is a major market for TeleComp. We’re doing everything we can to make sure Houston area organizations know we’re here so they can benefit from our comprehensive approach to IT services,” said Beaty.
TeleComp has also opened a new office in Plano, TX recently, and is expanding the TeleComp team in the Texas market to better serve customers throughout the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.
About TeleComp Holdings, Inc.
TeleComp was founded in 2003 and has offices in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. It serves private businesses, public and private schools, higher education, healthcare providers, and nonprofits across the United States. TeleComp specializes in Hosted Cloud phone systems and contact centers utilizing its proprietary cloud platform, TeleCloud. Additionally, as a Tier 3 Phone and Internet Carrier, TeleComp delivers dedicated fiber internet through its fiber network and wholesale agreement with AT&T. TeleComp is a Platinum partner with Mitel and a Platinum Elite partner with the AT&T Partner Exchange program. TeleComp recently received the Healthcare Partner of the Year award for the Americas from Mitel.
For more information, go to www.telecomp.com.
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