Definitions for "Call center"
A single site at which incoming phone calls are received and answered. Typically, each call center can provide several services and is staffed by agents from one or more skill groups.
A customer contact function that fields incoming service and help requests and may conduct outgoing marketing and telemarketing activities.
The area in an organization responsible for screening, forwarding and logging large volumes of customer-related calls at the same time through the use of technology and other resources.
a business establishment that supports the clients and consumer alike to propsper their business
a business that will manage your business calls
a critical component of modern companies, and should be included in your overall business process management (BPM) strategy
a stirring industry and learning more about it is very remunerative
Keywords:  deflection
a growing field and discovering more about it can prove to be very edifying
a complex organizational system, whether its purpose is utilization management, case management, and demand management or physician referral
Keywords:  pos, issuer, merchant, manually, voice
An authorization request response displayed on the credit card terminal screen, generated by the issuer or through stand-in processing. The merchant must then call for a voice authorization. If an approval is given, the user must enter the approval code manually into the POS device as a " force" or "post-authorization."
an ideal way to automate access for dining and activity reservations from any location
Keywords:  commodity
a commodity now
a powerful hub of information collection and exchange
a very inexpensive way to increase your effective hours of operation
Keywords:  control