Chicago IT services firm opens office in Las Vegas
CrossRealms Inc., a Chicago-based information technology services firm, said it has opened a Las Vegas office to both better serve its growing client roster in the west as well as make its call center expertise available to Las Vegas-based businesses and other cities in the region.
CrossRealms has deployed more than 70 business phone systems and call centers as a premium partner of 3CX phone system.
The system, introduced commercially in 2007, is an open standard, Windows-based Internet protocol private branch exchange that is a fully-customizable enterprise-class solution for businesses. As an infrastructure company, CrossRealms continuously researches and develops best practices for seamless 3CX migrations.
The new office, at Town Square, 6671 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Suite 210, is led by a Las Vegas-based IT professional who has experience designing and managing voice and data infrastructure.
“We are excited to join the thriving southern Nevada business community and be the first 3CX phone system provider,” CrossRealms CEO and Enterprise Architect Usama Houlila said in a statement.
CrossRealms provides IT solutions for local, national and international clients. Industries that CrossRealms serves include hospitality, health care, retail, financial services, and manufacturing.
CrossRealms offers IT consulting and managed services with fixed fees and monthly contracts to help clients predict and control IT costs.
New portal provides Nevada economic data
Research and analysis firm Applied Analysis has developed a customized online data portal for the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development that provides access to key local, state and national economic metrics with the click of a mouse.
The portal is built upon data housed by MyResearcher.com, an online repository created by Applied Analysis that collects thousands of up-to-date economic and fiscal metrics for easy access and analysis. Anyone can access the GOED data portal to get the latest measures of employment, population, real estate, construction and other important economic topics for Nevada and its counties.
ACLU picks PR agency
American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada has chosen Preferred Public Relations as its public relations agency of record.
Preferred Public Relations will focus on promoting the group’s 50th anniversary gala, which will take place next summer, and other upcoming events, while spreading awareness of the nonprofit’s ideals and key issues.