It’s easy to think that with all of the technology available in today’s businesses, that being connected globally is no longer an issue. Since much of our communication with customers is done virtually though web chats, email, and social media, it may seem that physical location is no longer an obstacle in call center communication. But where a call center is located in comparison to where the customer is located, is actually still a huge factor in delivering quality customer experience.
For a customer’s needs to be serviced adequately, we need to know where they are calling from. With technology from USA800, we can track this information to stay easily attuned to needs that may be coming from similar geographical locations. In the end, this information helps every aspect of a business meet the needs of its customers before they begin to seek help.
A call center’s geography also helps callers relate to their Customer Advocate. When a caller recognizes commonalities between their representative and themselves, the customer is immediately at ease. That’s why our call center locations are placed in the Midwestern United States – a prime location for recruiting educated, neutral dialect employees.
There are countless more benefits to understanding the significance of geography for call center initiatives. To learn more about them, simply contact USA800 contact centers by calling 800.504.9000.
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