Our Locations

Headquartered in New York, Ubiquity has offices in the U.S., South America, Central America, Asia, and Europe.


United States

New York

1140 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 1601
New York, NY 10036
+1 855 338 2789


United States


2717 North 118th Street, Building 7, Suite 100.
Omaha, NE 68164

Omaha consistently ranks as one of the best places to live and work in the United States, especially among Millennials, making it an ideal location for a thriving contact center. Ubiquity senior leadership has deep ties to Omaha, and the office is still where the company’s human resources and talent management functions are centered.

United States


2488 E. 81 st Street, Suite 1700.
Tulsa, OK 74137

Tulsa, located in Northeast Oklahoma’s “Green Country,” has been recognized as a Top 5 Metro for Job Creation (Site Selection Magazine) and as the No. 1 Affordable City in the U.S. (Relocate America). The city is considered the cultural and arts center of the state, and at any given time Tulsa has over 65,000 college students enrolled on campuses within a 60-mile radius.

El Salvador

San Salvador

63 Ave Norte y Alameda Roosevelt, Centro Financiero Gigante, Torre A Nivel 10,
Colonia Escalon.
San Salvador, El Salvador

San Salvador is home to Ubiquity’s English/Spanish operational hub because of the exceptional bilingual talent, dedicated workforce, and nearshore proximity. A full 60% of the country of El Salvador’s population is under 35, and San Salvador is Central America’s second-largest city, home to a labor force of three million people.



CCI Building, Calle 26, no. 59-41, 6th Floor
Bogotá, Colombia

Foreign investment in Bogotá continues to increase because of the availability and quality of the workforce, the dynamic business environment, and the city’s strategic location. Bogotá achieves exceptional digital connectivity with 98% fiberoptic municipal coverage, and the city boasts 113 institutes of higher learning, including 18 accredited universities.




Váci út 76. T2 3rd floor,
H-1133 Budapest, Hungary

The “Queen of the Danube,” Budapest is the financial and business center of Hungary. The remarkably diverse ethnic background of Budapest’s population has been one of the city’s greatest strengths over recent decades. This century, the city has transformed into one of the world’s fastest-developing urban economies, welcoming significant foreign direct investment.



Negros First CyberCentre, Corner of Lacson Street and Hernaez Street,
Bacolod City, Philippines 6100

Often recognized as Philippines’ Most Livable City, the “City of Smiles” exemplifies Filipino hospitality both outside and inside work environments. Bacolod boasts a sizeable professional talent pool with an English literacy rate of higher than 90% and a U.S.-centric culture with many Filipinos having lived in, visited, or have family in the U.S.



Bench Building, 10th Floor, Rizal Drive and 30th Street, Bonifacio Global City,
Metro Manila, Philippines 1634

Manila is a highly urbanized city with many central business districts that are home to a diverse, educated workforce of young, energetic professionals experienced in customer support. The renowned Bayanihan spirit celebrates helping one another whether evidenced in rallying together during disaster relief or in maintaining a passion for service.



Cagayan de Oro

Limketkai Mall Module 2 BPO, 4th Floor, Limketkai Center,
Cagayan de Oro, Philippines 9000

A short flight from Manila and authentically known as “The City of Golden Friendship,” Cagayan de Oro boasts a growing professional talent pool in a fast-growing BPO presence. Cagayan de Oro was recently voted “Top 5 Most Competitive Cities” in the Philippines and one-third of all college graduates hold business degrees.