Category: Growth

Posted by: George Simons, November 5, 2012

First Impressions

The newest member of our sales team, Jason Sterns, recently attended the 2012 American Bankers and Insurance Association Annual Convention with President and CEO Greg Alcorn. Jason was kind enough to tell us his first impressions of GCS while attending this event and meeting some of our valued past and present clients. I had the pleasure

Posted by: Greg Alcorn, October 22, 2012

The Power of Partnership

At GCS we have built our business on, and are firm believers in, sustainable long-term partnership with our client. At the core of our business is a strong commitment to meeting your needs because we understand that objective is directly related to our success as a business. Many terms are used to describe companies providing

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

That’s the question everyone is asking. Whether or not you support what some call “Obamacare”, the effects of the act will be far reaching. Employees, employers and insurance companies may be facing a brave new world! Over on our website we’ve outlined several ways that Insurance companies might get creative increasing their revenue.  

contact center KPIs

Are you having trouble deciding what your company should outsource?  Here’s one really quick way to decide. Decide What Functions Your Company Should Outsource 10 minutes will help you decide what business functions to outsource.  Make a list of your business functions. Reorder your list of business functions in order of “Most Critical“.  (i.e. Item number 1

Posted by: Bucky Cline, June 29, 2012

CRMXchange Webinar; Coaching with Style goes well!

Presenting at a conference takes a lot of work and planning. Not to mention the travel time. Fortunately, last week, President and CEO Greg Alcorn got to do it all from the comfort of his office. CRMXchange hosted a virtual contact center conference this week. Greg hosted a session titled “Coaching, Communicating and Collaborating Your Way

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Posted by: Bucky Cline, June 28, 2012

Learning Something New Everyday

As a kid, we had a dinner time ritual where my dad asked us what we learned in school that day.  At the time I found answering that question the hardest part of my day….and the most irritating.  [I could have taught a class in eye rolling.]  As a kid it was hard for me

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I’m worried about the next generation of managers. Of course, that’s what my parents said thirty years ago. Thirty years ago, leadership programs and management principles were centered around case studies and round table discussions. Today, we Google it. Our contact centers are hours, time zones and oceans apart from one another. Yet, we expect to have

Posted by: Frank Camp, May 21, 2012

Leadership by Listening; Leadership & Management

When you see someone visiting your site, it is human nature to question their motive: are they a client or prospect? are they an auditor? is something important happening? Our clients use site visits to check up on their programs, but our management team takes advantage of site visits to not only check up on

Posted by: Greg Alcorn, April 2, 2012

The Best Way to Give Advice

Sometimes when we offer real suggestions to others, they take it personally. They might not understand that you’re coming from a positive place. That is why you need to make sure the advice is part of a critique to make them better and not criticism to make them feel bad. Ask them first. It’s best to