Jessica Brown, on May 2, 2022 9:58:35 AM
Jessica Brown, on Jul 1, 2019 12:08:00 PM
If you mention call center, most people immediately get an adverse reaction because they envision scenarios where they’re either on hold for long periods, shuffled back and forth between agents, or getting called at all hours of the day. However, call centers are valuable to many businesses, and we hope you’ll see by reading this article how they benefit both customers and companies, and why they’re necessary even today.
Every month our Dallas location loves to celebrate the accomplishments, milestones, and birthdays of our team, recognizing their hard work and dedication. This month we had four great reasons to celebrate.
It’s been an incredible 40 years in Fort Worth, Texas. We can’t believe how quickly time has flown by. We are so proud of our successful years serving businesses across our community and beyond. We are so honored by the trust our clients have placed in us.
What it is: A call center is something we all know about, but might not be able to define. The basic definition of a call center is a place to outsource your basic call needs such as:
Customer service leads to happy customers, and happy customers keep buying your products and services. It really is that simple on the surface, but there is more nuance.
Jessica Janosko, on Jun 28, 2018 7:57:00 AM
Whether you should provide great customer service isn’t a question, yet determining what form of department or partnership is right for your company can be perplexing. Factors including cost, time and effort all weigh heavily on the decision on whether to build and train an in-house customer service department or to outsource and partner with someone like an answering service.
HIPAA compliance is a vital part of any medical practice, especially as technology continues to advance. It is more important than ever that medical practices are safeguarding their protected patient health information (PHI). This is especially important for medical practices that work with partners to handle any of their sensitive information, such as billing or patient calls.