Changing lives by providing careers in technology

Transforming communities from within by changing lives. We hire the best and brightest in our rural communities and train them for a career in technology. ITO, BPO and Support positions in our small towns are creating economic stability for individuals, families and the entire community.

Provalus to Create over 100 New Jobs for the Manning, South Carolina Community

Provalus is heading to South Carolina! We’re establishing an operation in downtown Manning, South Carolina, to create over 100 new tech positions for Clarendon County. The initiative is projected to have a multi-million dollar economic impact over the course of five years. “We’re proud to welcome Provalus to South Carolina and excited for the 105 new jobs the company is …

Read More14 November, 2019

Jasper, Texas to Celebrate the Provalus Job Creation Initiative with a Groundbreaking Ceremony

Provalus, the impact outsourcing brand of Optomi Professional Services, begins a new chapter with a groundbreaking ceremony for its technology innovation center in Jasper, Texas on October 17th, 2019. The job creation initiative is expected to add 200 jobs to the community of Jasper. In a groundbreaking ceremony, Jasper Mayor Gary Gatlin and state officials will be honored for their …

Read More10 October, 2019


Optomi Professional Services joins the elite alumni of INC 5000 America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies by being recognized for the third consecutive year. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent businesses. Optomi Professional Services specializes in deploying technology talent in the areas of mobile, network/system engineering, information security, …

Read More16 August, 2019

Groundbreaking Ceremony in Brewton, Alabama

Thank you to the entire community of Brewton for celebrating with us and mark this historic event with Alabama Governor Kay Ivey. We broke ground on the beautiful site of our future building with the team that will impact the community in the projected amount of $18 million dollars. #provalusgroundbreaking #AmericanJobs

Optomi, through Provalus, projects to have an $18m 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


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

A continuing trend…

…training the under-employed.  That’s what we’re doing at Provalus as we recruit those with a high aptitude for learning with the goal of making a career for themselves in technology. It’s a continuing trend and one that we’re proud to be pioneering.  A few others are on our wavelength. READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON WIRED.COM