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SAN FRANCISCO, Feburary 10, 2023 – DotCom Magazine today announced that The Oppuous has been selected to join its annual Impact Company of The Year List For 2023. The DotCom Magazine Impact Company of The Year 2023 Award celebrates the most important segment of the economy – America’s privately owned companies whose Founders, CEOs and Amazing Team Members are making an important impact in the economy.
DotCom Magazine has honored Oppuous as making a positive difference in an incredibly unique year. The DotCom Magazine 2023 Impact Company of The Year Awards celebrates shapeshifting entrepreneurs and their companies. When a company makes an impact, not only are they helping their clients, but they are also helping the world become a better place.
Despite the closure of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) last Friday, channel partners have been largely spared from its fall due to a promise from federal regulators.
SVB had become an integral financial partner for venture capital-backed startups and private equity firms throughout the tech industry; however, MSPs and agents were not in any immediate danger when it shut down.
With FDIC’s help though, SVB is back up & running this week – providing a stark reminder that macroeconomic conditions remain unpredictable while investment risks are always present.
For Oppuous CEO Dante White, pitching his channel business on a reality TV startup show gave him the challenge technology advisors have faced since their industry’s inception: explaining their business model to people who have never met an agent.
“To our partners and clients, I would like to thank them for their trust and support. We won’t let you down.”
Dante White founded Oppuous for business owners, small and large, who are dissatisfied with having to buy software, hardware, and tech support services from multiple places, manage multiple contracts, and have purchased the wrong solutions.
Oppuous is a one-stop marketplace (like Amazon) for business tech solutions and has nationwide engineering and cloud specialists to advise business owners along the way. It provides a minimum 15% savings on solutions and hundreds of hours of saved time a year, unlike buying solutions from every individual company. Oppuous makes buying technology simple, stress-free, and efficient.
“Dante White, a member of the Xposure Inclusion and Diversity Council, said that some people might not see a problem, but he would rather lean on the side of the person who takes offense.”-James Anderson“I think what people should focus on are the voices that people need to hear,” said White, who suggested “principal agent” as a replacement. “And if somebody says that something is not appropriate, then we should probably listen.”
“Stay true. At the end of the day I have to look at myself in the mirror and feel comfortable with who I am, what I do and how I do it. I remind myself every day to not compromise my morals or convictions. I’m in this for the long run and my name or “brand” is important to me.”