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4th June 2001 at 11:59 #11427LixinGuest
My company is looking to out-source our in-bound call center. Due to proximity, we would like this call center to be in Hong Kong with language competency in Mandarin, Cantonese and English.
Will appreciate it if anyone here can provide information on any vendors who meet the above criteria.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org June 2001 at 05:05 #11428Thupten BajracharyaGuest
We can take care of your English speaking customers. Our multimedia contact center is located in Kathmandu Nepal. We have a capability of handling both voice and web integrated services. Please do let me know if you can use our service. Thanks.21st June 2001 at 00:38 #11429LixinGuest
Thanks for your offer but we really don’t want to set-up different call centers for different languages.21st June 2001 at 05:22 #11430ThuptenGuest
If you do, please remember us. You can get more info on our company at http://www.servingminds.com5th December 2001 at 14:45 #11431ken rambaroseGuest
My company is looking to out-source our in-bound call center. We would like this call center to be out of the United States but cater to English speaking customers.
Will appreciate it if anyone here can provide information on any vendors who meet the above criteria.5th December 2001 at 17:13 #11432Vinay TalwarGuest
India is rapidly becoming the Call Center Capital
of the World. GE Capital, Amex, Citicorp, 3Com,
New York Life, Convergys et al have a growing
presence and long term commitments in India.
Yahoo, Amazon, Conseco, Compaq, Dell, AOL,
Intuit, Microsoft, Sprint, AT&T are just some of
the organizations that have moved call center business
Currently, 37% of the call center outsourcing
business worldwide is going to India. It is anticipated
that as much as 70% will be achieved by 2003.
We could help you outsource to India.
Vinay6th December 2001 at 09:13 #11433JohnGuest
Consider Northern Ireland – the Irish voice is considered to be popular throughout the English speaking world and certain locations are very inexpensive to operate from. Let me know if you would like further details on some possibilities.
John6th December 2001 at 17:23 #11434Tim HarveyGuest
Interesting to see someone using my statistics?! I would be interested in hearing more about your solutions.7th December 2001 at 11:33 #11435Vinay TalwarGuest
In case these stats were given out by you, I guess you are on our way to becoming a widely quoted and talked of person in India
As regards what we do, well we are a consulting firm in New Delhi, India. Our focus is on creating value for clients through Acquisitions & Strategic Alliances in the IT, ITES & Telecom industries.
We have a team of professionals with demonstrated expertise in Strategic Planning, Creating value through Acquisitions & Strategic Alliances, Project Management (Software & Telecom), Marketing and Business Development, HR, Recruitment & Selection and Telecom Engineering. I, personally, have spent more than 20 years in the IT & Telecom industries and my colleagues have much greater experience.
We are currently consulting for some Call Centers in India, both greenfield projects and exisitng centers. We are wanting to explore the possibility of setting up a Joint Venture with some company in the US/Canada or getting into tie-ups with them to outsource some of their business to our clients in India. We are also looking at acquiring an equity stake in an existing Call Center Outsourcing Services Bureau in the US/ Canada.
We also have a division which is into Executive Search and placement. We are currently working with GE, exlService, Spectramind, Motorola, Paras Calltech, TCS, Hughes Software amongst others.
Thanks & Regards,
Vinay Talwar22nd January 2002 at 06:37 #11436mageshGuest
THIS IS MAGESH FROM AMRUTANJAN INFOTECH INTERNATIONAL CALL CENTRE OPERATION LOOKING OUT FOR CONSULTANTS COULD HELP US ON CLIENT SOURCING.5th February 2002 at 20:44 #11437KoletteGuest
Can anyone provide me with the website for Paras Calltech? I’m having a hard time finding them. Thanks,
email@example.com February 2002 at 04:15 #11438SudipGuest
Consider bangalore, India the silicon valley of india, we have a scorse of english speaking professionals over here.
If you are interested let me know28th February 2002 at 08:52 #11439Sheila MathewsGuest
I am from Bangalore too. And am involved in the call center business. Could we get together do you think?
Would you be interested in working with call centers from Bangalore, India? I will be able to help you in identifying them.
Sheila1st March 2002 at 03:37 #11440SudipGuest
Thank you for responding, I am sure working together for commom goal makes the association more meningful.
Surely we will get together.10th March 2002 at 10:31 #11441SudipGuest
Anybody interested in setting up call center in bangalore…contact me
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