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High volume of Covid-19 vaccine calls and support requests?

High volume of Covid-19 vaccine calls and support requests?

Get help now from our HIPAA-compliant support experts.

How Omni Can Help

Give us a call and we can walk through the details on how we can quickly and effectively supplement your current operations.

  • Scheduling, inbound inquiries, outbound confirmations
  • Support across all channels, including: phones, chats, texts, email, web, and social media
  • We can partner with existing teams or manage 100% of volumes

Recent 'Rapid Ramp' Launches for Five Clients

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Dealing with medical information requires true professionals. This isn’t a job for your typical “call center” agents or temps.

  • HIPAA-compliant, with processes and tools that sync with your systems
  • Experts in every major customer support tool
  • Multilingual: 10+ languages
  • Experienced, U.S.-based remote workforce 

Fast, Flexible, and Scalable

Never be short handed, or overstaffed.

Trusted by Brands You Know

Great organizations that have trusted us with their customers, from Fortune 500 companies to rapid-growth ‘unicorns’ to startups, Omni has the delivery expertise for rapid ramps and complex interactions. 

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Industry Veteran to Accelerate Growth in Gig Economy

25-year leader to bring go-to-market expertise to transform customer support for major US brands.

CASTLE PINES, CO – December 8, 2020 — Today, employee-owned Omni Interactions Inc. officially welcomed Gregory G. Hopkins as its EVP and Managing Partner. Omni is the leading technology platform for the Gig Economy, linking its Gig Brand Ambassadors (GBAs) to fortune 1,000 to deliver customer contact solutions. A long time leader in the BPO space, Hopkins teams up again with Chris Carrington to help drive this innovative new solution to the market. 

“I am excited to team up with Greg again to truly transform the way our clients can support their customers,” says Carrington, Omni CEO. “Greg brings a never-ending commitment to our clients and their customers. He is tireless in thinking how we can leverage all this gig talent to make a difference in supporting our client’s customers.”

A BPO industry veteran, Hopkins has more than 25 years of business and sales leadership experience and has overseen go-to-market strategies for multi-billion dollar companies.

With a successful record in leading sales programs globally, Hopkins has a keen sense of strategic planning, revenue growth, and client relationship management. His leadership development and understanding of client requirements help drive the company’s success and enhance its position as a leader in the industry.

Hopkins served as Chief Client Officer and EVP at Alorica, a leading global BPO company. His responsibilities included the management of all embedded base sales initiatives and activities. At the Chairman and Founder’s request, Greg implemented the same organizational design and relationship management focus in six months as he did in previous roles.

Before Alorica, Hopkins served as EVP of Sales at Stream Global Services, Inc. Upon joining Stream, the company had negative double-digit growth and EBITDA.

Under Hopkins’ leadership, the company was able to achieve positive double-digit growth and high-digit positive EBITDA. That turnaround created a buzz in the industry, and Convergys acquired Stream as a result. 

Hopkins also spent seven years at TeleTech as EVP of Sales and Marketing. In that role, he took the company from $700M in revenue to $1.3B organically. During that period, the stock price rose from $3.75 to $41.00, and TeleTech led the EBITDA margin industry.

Previous to those engagements, Hopkins was the Chief Client Officer at TeaLeaf Technology, Inc.and was a vital member of the team that put them in a position to be purchased by IBM. 

Hopkins also had a 20-year career with AT&T Technologies, Inc. and earned an Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of San Francisco, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Whittier College.

ABOUT OMNI INTERACTIONS

Founded in 2016, Omni is reimagining the virtual work from home model in light of the burgeoning Gig Economy and shifting workforce management practices, many of which have accelerated due to the recent pandemic which sent millions of workers home. From a foundation of a cloud-based technology platform, Omni is connecting communities of gig workers with the nation’s leading brands to deliver consistent, reliable contact center solutions. For more information, visit OmniInteractions.com.

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David Parkhurst
Chief Revenue Officer
Omni Interactions
david.parkhurst@OITeam.com

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People matter. Introducing our Gig Workers Bill of Rights.

Here at Omni we put the welfare of gig workers front and center. So much so that we are the first company to craft a Gig Workers Bill of Rights. We believe in the limitless potential of all people and we back our powerful Bill of Rights with action.

Why does this matter to you, our clients?

First, we know that treating people exceptionally well means they are more apt to enjoy the work they do and remain in our Gig Brand Ambassador (GBA) community longer. Second, by providing clear paths to real earnings and educational opportunities, GBAs don’t just perform tasks, they deliver extraordinary experiences.

Omni is creating communities of GBAs who are passionate about the brands they represent and have the skillsets to do so most effectively. See how Omni is going above and beyond to empower gig workers in this burgeoning economy:

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Are you a gig worker? You deserve the best!

More gig workers are entering the job market this year than ever before. Yet not all gig workers are treated as well as they should – wages that don’t add up to the claims, or continuing fees for education and platforms. Plus, suboptimal tools and support are all too common. Omni has been so motivated by these unfortunate experiences that we are the first company to craft a Gig Workers Bill of Rights.

We believe in the limitless potential of all people – it’s why we built Omni the way we did in the first place.

Omni is driven to connect skilled, passionate gig workers with leading companies who value these traits. Further, Omni is committed to provide education, support, and competitive earning potential to help gig workers support the lifestyles they aspire to achieve.

Omni believes all gig workers are entitled to choose how and when they earn a living and create a life that brings them joy and fulfillment. See how we are raising the standards and paving the way for your success:

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Is your W@H workforce falling short in these 5 areas?

Many companies have elected to utilize home-based teams for sales and customer support. But just having agents connected from home doesn’t mean they are maximizing productivity.

Companies that are applying traditional, brick-and-mortar thinking to their work@home customer support will quickly discover this isn’t a sustainable approach.

Join us for a free, live webinar
Thursday, October 29 @ 2:00 pm ET
Omni’s Chief Revenue Officer, David Parkhurst a 20-year veteran of work-at-home, will share the most important areas of focus to advance your at-home delivery.

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Omni’s Chief Revenue Officer, David Parkhurst a 20-year veteran of work-at-home, shares the most important areas of focus to advance your at-home delivery.
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If you’ve sent your customer service and sales agents home to work you can’t afford to miss this event!

David offers guidance on:

  1. Creating an “at-home-first” strategy
  2. Broadening the scope of your selection (where & who & how)
  3. Designing training to support this workforce remotely
  4. Executing a more fluid operational model
  5. Reducing your dependence on hardware and capital expense

Can’t attend the live webinar with Q&A? Register anyway to ensure you receive the replay following the event.

Omni connects the nation’s top brands with gig workers to provide sales and customer support.

We attract and match the best people across North America to our clients’ unique requirements within our secure digital marketplace.

Omni elevates the customer service experience in how we engage, support and compensate our Gig Brand Ambassadors.

The leadership team at Omni pioneered the work at home model more than 20 years ago to enhance flexibility, lower costs and access exceptional talent.

Learn how Omni is again revolutionizing the model and how we can work together to better support your customers.

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Is a remote workforce right for your business?

Not surprisingly, this year has seen a 20-fold increase in the discussion of remote work as the pandemic has sent large swaths of the workforce home to work virtually. A recent Gartner Hype Cycle joined the conversation by declaring work-from-home to have reached the “Plateau of Productivity,” or mainstream status. Yet simply sending someone home to work, does not mean they can effectively work from home.

Omni’s leadership team has been leading the charge with comprehensive work-from-home solutions for more than 20 years. We understand what it takes to empower people to be truly productive in their customer support roles. However, some companies are deeming remote work a success so long as someone can login and take calls from their home.

Now that most companies have sent at least a portion of their workforce home, everyone seems to be claiming remote work “experience.” Traditional BPOs, in-house teams, domestic, and global support centers all sent people home this spring assuming the situation was temporary. Now, however, reality is setting in. It’s expected 25-40% of roles working remotely will remain that way which means companies will have to learn to navigate additional aspects of workforce management.

If you are considering making the work-at-home model a long-term part of your customer success organization, here are some considerations.

Recruiting

  • How do sourcing, selection, and on-boarding practices evolve for remote workers?
  • How can an expanded applicant pool be accessed through new channels, new geographies, and better targeting? What enhanced skills and capabilities can be realized from this broadened talent pool?
  • What compensation structures, incentives, rewards, and engagement tools should be considered for remote team members?

Training

  • What does it really mean to “virtualize” curriculum?
  • How can training times be reduced up to 25% in a remote environment?

Workforce Management

  • What opportunities exist to break free of full-time shifts and increase flexibility with part-time, split shift, and micro-shift offerings?
  • How can seasonal peaks or intraday spikes be handled more efficiently with a remote team?

Operational Delivery

  • What is the best way to allow current managers to engage in a remote environment?
  • How does support staff selection change to allow them (supervisors, quality assurance, continuous improvement) to thrive in a remote model?

Costs

  • What technology and infrastructure changes might allow for improved management and lower costs?
  • Where can increased staffing efficiency allow for reduced team sizes and total delivery hours?

If you’re ready to explore if a work-at-home model is right for your organization, reach out to Omni and we’ll walk you through the ins and outs.

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Welcome to our GBA resources!

While remote work has been thriving for more than two decades, 2020 has accelerated the work-at-home model like never before. In addition, the “gig economy” is flourishing as people take control of their careers and the way they earn a living.

Whether you are new to remote work, or you’re an experience independent contractor, Omni is building a community of people who can represent some of the nation’s leading brands in customer support roles. Set your own hours, work from your home, and earn a living wage while doing meaningful work, all with the support of the Omni marketplace.

To support you in your work as an independent contractor, Omni has assembled resources to answer frequent questions, find on-boarding assistance, earn new certifications, and explore new gigs. Check back often and don’t be afraid to let us know if there is a resource you’d like to see here.

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We are Omni Interactions

If you are ready to reduce your costs, build capacity, and delight your customers, reach out to us today!

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CBS 17 Job Alert – Omni is Hiring

Omni was featured in the report CBS 17 Job Alert – Omni Interactions, Extended Stay America are hiring.

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Promoter of WFH Space Sets Sights on the Gig Economy

 20-Year Industry Veteran Turns His Attention to Connecting the Gig Workforce to the Nation’s Leading Brands

CASTLE PINES, CO – January 1, 2020 — Today, employee-owned Omni Interactions Inc. officially welcomed Christopher M. Carrington as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Omni is the leading technology platform for the Gig Economy linking its Gig Brand Ambassadors (GBAs) to the Fortune 1,000 in order to deliver customer contact solutions. Carrington, a pioneer of the Work From Home (WFH) model while head of Alpine Access, brings not only decades of experience, but a proven team.

“I am ecstatic to get the former Alpine Access leadership team back together, says Rob Duncan, Founder and President of Omni Interactions which began in 2016. “The chance to again partner with Chris to leverage the Gig Economy to deliver world class customer success solutions is exciting.”

Omni Interactions reunites the former leadership team that led to the 800% growth of Alpine Access, the leader in cloud-based virtual contact center solutions. Omni’s unique business model, leverages the Gig Economy, working from home, and a 100% cloud-based technology platform to revolutionize how customer contact channels of voice, chat, text, email, and social media are delivered with higher quality outcomes at  lower costs.

“We are bringing innovation and disruption to an industry that is ripe for change. It’s more than just sending people home to work; we are tackling how gig workers are sourced, certified, and retained in order to serve the nation’s top brands. And we are doing that with a platform-enabled marketplace,” says Carrington.

More than ever, delivering a consistent brand experience through Omni channels is essential to maximizing the lifetime value of a customer relationship. In addition, Omni’s model provides a technology platform solution for leading brands offering the flexibility required to serve both customers and shareholders.

“Chris’ extensive technology-enabled business services background will quickly advance the Omni vision to create an effective Gig Marketplace,” says Duncan. “Chris brings a unique combination of strategy, executive leadership and sales experience that will guide Omni Interactions through its next phase of growth.

Carrington’s successful career spans more than 35 years leading and growing global corporations that deliver technology-enabled business services. Most recently, Carrington served as Chief Executive Officer for ServiceSource (NASDAQ: SERV), the leader in outsourced inside sales, customer success and revenue retention solutions to B2B enterprises around the globe. ServiceSource has more than 3,500 sales specialists in 8 countries, speaking 45 languages who find, convert, nurture and retain more than $9 billion in annual revenue on behalf of SaaS, Software, Hardware, and Medical device companies.  

Previous to ServiceSource, Carrington served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Alpine Access, Inc., the leader in cloud-based virtual contact center solutions. Alpine Access was acquired by SYKES Enterprises, Inc. (NASDAQ: SYKE), a leading provider of customer contact management and business process outsourcing services. As Executive Vice President of Global Delivery, Carrington led the operation with over 39,000 employees throughout 50 locations in 10 countries.

Additionally, Carrington served as President of Americas Outsourcing at Capgemini, President and CEO of the Interlink Group, and divisional President of the Americas for Electronic Data Systems. Mr. Carrington graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. 

ABOUT OMNI INTERACTIONS

Founded in 2016, Omni is reimagining the virtual work from model in light of the burgeoning Gig Economy and shifting workforce management practices, many of which have accelerated due to the recent pandemic which sent millions of workers home. From a foundation of cloud-based technology platform, Omni is connecting communities of gig workers with the nation’s leading brands to deliver consistent, reliable contact center solutions. For more information visit OmniInteractions.com.

CONTACT
Julie Bacon
CMO
Omni Interactions
julie.bacon@OITeam.com