“We started out as a roadside assistance provider in the early ‘90s, but we transitioned over the years into a technology solutions company,” says Jo Ann Rainwater, senior HR generalist at Asurion. That transformation is a familiar story for companies that have triumphed across the rocky waters of the internet age and subsequent digital boom. The support tech provider pegs itself as “life’s operating system” and rightly so. With 17,000 employees in its offices in the United States, Brazil, Japan, Australia, China and France, Asurion has connected the globe through technology.
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