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2nd April 2004 at 08:23 #16118SamGuest
Need to work outa feasibility report for a start up 4 seater call center scaled up to 10 after 1 year.Need to work out costs.Mainly outbound telemarketing and appointment set up with consumers in US11th May 2004 at 09:14 #16119Mahin TadviGuest
I have read your proposal & I intereted in it too much. MY study continuing by correspondence course. what’s excatly requierments for that job? I am nearer from you.(baroda).
Thanks.3rd July 2004 at 10:54 #16120SMGuest
Starting a call center with 4 seats is a good option only if you have short term plans and if your business would be limited to 10-15 seats. If you have long term plans, it would be better if you outsource your work to some call centers at this stage and when you have good amount of work (atleast for 20-25 seats) coming in to plan and start your own call center.5th July 2004 at 20:15 #16121Hello SMGuest
i was Wonderaing why u advised against starting up with a 4 seat call center if Sam is interested in outbound calls and telesales as a startup
regard7th July 2004 at 09:58 #16122GKMGuest
Best solutions for strat ups is to hire the facilities
GKM9th July 2004 at 09:08 #16123Harris IqbalGuest
The cost involved in setting up a call center may not be covered very quickly with 4 seats. I would recommend you increase the number of seats you operate.
However, if you really need to run 4 seats, I would suggest doing it in a non-comercial place, using an ASP, IP and SIP phones. And you would only require 128KB bandwidth. This should keep your costs down.
– Harris23rd July 2004 at 12:28 #16124samratGuest
i want to open a 250 seater call center, i am totally new to this concept about the requirements of starting that, in terms of bandwidth and the like.
please let me know the full details, and please dont advise me to outsource.