Inktel

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Inktel Contact Center Solutions
Private
Founded 1997
Headquarters Miami, Florida, United States
Area served
Worldwide
Website http://www.inktel.com

Inktel is a global outsourcer of business services and direct marketing services, including fulfillment (as well as inventory management and order processing) and call center services, but also including other services such as direct mail/Lettershop, e-commerce, data management, social media and graphic design. Inktel's clients include various Fortune 500 companies, federal/state/local government agencies, and non-profit organizations.

Founded in 1997, Inktel is headquartered in Miami, FL; in 2003, the firm had more than $40 million in annual revenues.[1] Inktel is owned by President and CEO, Ricky Arriola, and his brother, Executive Vice President, Dan Arriola.

Inktel was named the "Best Company to Work For" in the state of Florida.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "City Manager Confirmed". The Miami Herald. January 29, 2003. pp. 3B. Arriola, nominated by Mayor Manny Diaz and confirmed by city commissioners, has little background in running a government. But he believes the 30 years he spent building his small print shop into a $42 million printing empire will be his guide. 
  2. ^ "Florida Trend Best Company to Work For in Florida - 2009". Florida Trend. St. Petersburg, FL: Trend Magazines Inc. August 1, 2009. Retrieved 17 February 2010.