Category: Call Center Tips

Posted by: Frank Camp, October 29, 2012

Tips for Collaborating in the Workplace

In his famous one-hit-wonder “Ice, Ice, Baby,” Vanilla Ice tells us to “Stop, collaborate and listen.” It’s catchy and there’s also some truth to what he’s saying. Collaboration is an important workplace practice. Whether you’re giving a supervisor your input on a new program or you’re building out a proposal for a potential new client,

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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

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The communication preferences of consumers continue to shift in America. According to the Pew Internet and American Life Project, Americans are digitally connected now more than ever. “As of September 2012, 85% of American adults have a cell phone, and 45% have a smartphone. As of early 2012, 58% have a desktop computer, 61% have

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

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Posted by: George Simons, October 18, 2012

Credit Card Growth Case Study

Building a Relationship to Spur Long-Term Success in Credit Card Sales Over the years, we have had the opportunity to service our clients and exceed their expectations, even beyond what they originally anticipated. One example comes from a large US bank, seeking assistance with credit card acquisition and fulfillment. Several years ago the client sought

Posted by: Laura Jollay, August 28, 2012

National College Colors Day is August 31, 2012

Show Your Spirit! Over the years, our sites have shown a loyal, and deep-rooted passion for their beloved college sports teams and many folks at GCS have participated in National College Colors Day. Well, it’s that time of year once again! This year, National College Colors Day is Friday, August 31st. Mark your calendars, folks! This is your

Posted by: Bucky Cline, August 16, 2012

Be a Resource for Others

It can be scary and stressful starting any new position, especially if you’re also new to the contact center industry. And although we have excellent training programs to arm our folks with the tools they need to be successful with customer interactions, there’s still a learning curve. To help our newest team members be the best they can

Posted by: Bucky Cline, August 7, 2012

Increase the Level Of Business in Your Daily Routine

In our last employee survey we asked for ideas from our employees about how they increase our level of business performance in their daily routines.  We got some great tips! Here they are: Make every call count, make calls presentable and always assume the sale. Be consistent, be at work when scheduled and keep idle/wrap

Posted by: George Simons, August 5, 2012

Get Right to the Source

If you search the term “right-sourcing” in Google, you get nearly 46 million results. Margaret Rouse from searchcio.com helps define right-sourcing as “a way to get the best results by using specialists to complete parts of a larger project.” It reminds me of the Express. Our objective for this publication is to provide employees with useful and interesting

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The term “outsourcing” has become a scapegoat this political season. But beyond the political hype, it is important to understand the long term benefits of outsourcing. Just about every company outsources. From trash collection, to cleaning crews, to entire contact centers, no one does it all. In fact, outsourcing helps most companies remain competitive and