REDP: Regional Economic Development Partnership

Regional Economic
Development Partnership
1100 Main Street, 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 1029
Wheeling, WV 26003
Phone: 304.232.7722
Fax: 304.232.7727
Email: info@redp.org

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Target Industries

Due to recent success with the corporate relocation of Orrick’s Global Operations Center and Williams Lea operations, Wheeling has demonstrated an ability to attract shared services operations.

More businesses and shared service operations are relocating to Wheeling and committing to grow here.

The Wheeling MSA has the ability to support transactional processes that comprise the majority of a Shared Service Center as well as outsourcing services.

At present, Wheeling is most capable of supporting a center characterized by the traditional rule-based transactional processes of a company

Finance (Accounts Payable, General Accounting, Fixed Asset Accounting, Travel and Entertainment, Accounts Receivable, etc.)

Human Resources (Benefits Administration, Compensation Administration, Training Administration, Employee Recruitment and Separation, Data Management, etc.)

Procurement (Order Placement, A/P Processing, Supplier Set-up, Supplier Database Management, etc.)

IT (Desktop Management, Network Management, Hardware Management, Level 1 Help Desk Support, Storage Management, etc.)



Shared Services / Back Office

The RED region offers an ideal setting for shared services, back office operations, and management as well as success in outsourcing operations. Let RED help you create a competitive advantage in your line of business, accomplishing lower costs, higher productivity and improved quality.  


Shared Services Industry

Wheeling, West Virginia is considered a desirable location for Shared Service Center operations.

The community provides a desirable investment climate and is able to provide a notable value proposition for shared service operations



Source: Shared Services Capability Assessment By Deloitte Consulting LLP (2006)