Category: Innovation

contact center innovations

Businesses are always looking for the competitive edge. After all, in order to keep your customer base it is important to keep your product or service updated. As rapidly as technology can change, it’s imperative to also stay on top of industry trends, pushing your business to the forefront. Global Contact Services or GCS provides

call center customer service
Posted by: George Simons, October 24, 2012

Is B2B for Me?

We know customers. The majority of the interactions we make are B2C (business-to-consumer). Although we’re comfortable and confident with that type of business, GCS has the skill set and knowledge to handle multiple verticals. B2B (business-to-business) contact center environments differ from the traditional B2C side of customer interactions. Both focus on relationship management, but B2B

Posted by: Bryan Overcash, October 19, 2012

10 Reasons to Outsource with GCS

There are many reasons why someone should look to GCS as their source for outsource. Here are 10 solid reasons: We keep the customer #1. We are committed to serving as a professional extension of our client’s company to their valued customers. We perform outstanding customer service with zero defects. GCS has less than a

When companies review their customer service levels, they typically rely on data from traditional telephone channels. However, as the Internet Generation reaches maturity and preceding generations adopt the technologies that the Internet Generation grew up using, consumers are expecting companies to offer methods of support other than standard contact center numbers. Competitive companies are adapting

Oftentimes we’re told to avoid clichés: in speeches, in letters and especially when speaking to clients/customers. But why? Here are some things you might not have known about clichés: They are not always easily understood. Oftentimes the reasons we become annoyed with the use of clichés is because it makes the conversation confusing; therefore, we

Smart companies looking to expand into foreign markets are now considering the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) model. Companies often recognize the cost-savings opportunities and/or strategic advantages of establishing an off-shore presence. However, the task of establishing that off-shore presence may seem daunting due to the numerous risks, as well as the time and effort involved. The BOT

Category: Innovation

In the past several weeks, a number of events have occurred to make me think about the nature of innovation and creativity. First, the local theater performed The Farnsworth Invention, about the invention of the television. It’s a masterfully written play (by Aaron Sorkin) exploring themes in business, copyright, invention and innovation surrounding the inception of the