Monday, October 2, 2017
New TBS Factoring Service Workspace Puts Imagination in the Driver’s Seat
TBS Factoring Service is making fun and community service a priority, for some very good reasons.
On Thursday, September 28th, the Chamber helped the 50-year-old homegrown company cut the ribbon on its new 52,000 square foot headquarters at 7800 NW 85th Terrace.
The new space has some surprising and entertaining features, including:
And that's just the beginning. Plans for next year include a two-story beach-themed employee restaurant with an outdoor pier and pontoon-boat pavilion, and a technology development center with flexible work stations.
TBS President Jennifer Fogg says the workspace transformation is part of the company’s evolution from its roots as a transportation service company into a technology platform providing financial and business services to a broad range of clients.
“Everybody works extremely hard here, but there’s no reason we can’t have fun doing it,” says Fogg. “A lot of workspaces are, frankly, boring. We wanted to create an environment that stimulates the imagination. That’s where big ideas come from.”
To celebrate the company’s new pet-friendly workplace, TBS raised more than $6,500 for the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, including almost $1,500 from a recent fund raiser in which associates paid to throw pies at senior management.
TBS Factoring Service makes trucking easier with technology and services to help drivers get established, stay compliant, find loads and get paid faster. Based in Oklahoma City, Okla., the TBS family of companies — which also includes Truckers Bookkeeping, Elite Dispatch and TBS Capital Funding — has over 50 years experience serving motor carriers with a wide range of services to handle everything but the driving. Voted one of the best places to work in Oklahoma, TBS is driving change for small businesses with its commitment to digital transformation.