TTEC Announces Worldwide Availability of Virtual Contact Center Solutions
New offering enables brands and government agencies to deploy contact center operations from anywhere
TTEC Holdings, Inc., a leading digital customer experience (CX) technology and services company focused on the design, implementation, and delivery of transformative solutions for many of the world’s most iconic and disruptive brands and government agencies, has today announced the availability of virtual contact center solutions in the Asia Pacific and European regions.
TTEC’s at-home solutions combines the quality management and security of TTEC’s brick-and-mortar contact center operations with the speed, flexibility and the favorable cost structure of a virtual contact center. The solution is now available in the United States, Canada, Philippines and Greece and will be coming soon to Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and India.
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As companies have implemented social distancing protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19, effective technologies and processes for an at-home workforce has become critical to business resiliency. TTEC’s at-home platform, which has been developed and refined over the last 12 years, enables organizations to:
- Rapidly hire and train virtual contact center employees in as little as 72 hours
- Ensure compliance with robust security standards
- Have a full suite of software solutions enabling agents to be more productive with gamified learning, collaboration tools, and performance management
“The work-from-home concept was put to the test during the COVID-19 outbreak and it has proven to be an attractive model for nearly every industry,” says TTEC Chief Revenue Officer Judi Hand. “Our at-home programs match or outperform brick-and-mortar operations in addition to offering extra benefits such as flexibility and business continuity.”
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A Fortune 50 technology company customer stated: “My company moved to remote work and there have been zero problems with anything TTEC-related, across the board. We went from a couple of thousand people in the office to a couple of thousand people on the VPN in one day. I expected a lot of problems and failures, and there have been a few.”
Nearly 80% of TTEC’s 50K+ employees are working from home, demonstrating the effectiveness of TTEC’s at-home technologies at scale. TTEC has also grown its active applicant pool for its at-home positions to over 55K candidates with thousands of open jobs still available around the world for new associates and contact tracers.
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