OSG’s 18th Anniversary: Stabilization in a Shifting Tech World

A lot has changed since 1998.

The Europeans finally agreed on a single currency, the Euro, while Microsoft became the biggest company in the world, worth $261 billion on the NYSE. The United States announced its first budget surplus in over 30 years, and a little company called Google filed for incorporation that fall. Meanwhile, Windows 98 was starting to make waves, and Apple’s iMac was first introduced to the world.

Technology has surely come a long way since then, with the birth of smartphones, streaming services, cloud technology, and tablets. Huge technological advancements have changed our daily lives, but through it all, one thing has remained constant, Outsource Solutions Group.

It’s inevitable that technology will continue to change, and while we’ll certainly stay on top of any new developments, customer service always comes first.

Look, we get it. We’re not going to sit here and brag about how we’re the best in business, or how our experience has proven it. We’re well aware there are other companies out there that offer many of the same services we do. We’re not 100% unique in any aspect of our industry. If we were, we’d have been on the cover of Forbes by now.

But that doesn’t mean we can’t separate ourselves from the competition. With 18 years of delivering top-notch customer service, we’ve come to understand that going above and beyond is worth more than any systems can ever be.

And that’s not just our interpretation. Our loyal customers constantly echo how grateful they are to have developed relationships that extend far beyond any business venture. By taking our time to explain the technology at your fingertips, we allow you to focus on what really matters – your job.

So whether you’re running Windows 98 or Windows 2020, you can count on OSG to lead the charge on the latest technological advancements while maintaining our commitment to the unparalleled customer service that got us this far.

Some things never change.

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