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What are call center services?
Call center services can be broken down into two main categories: inbound and outbound.
Inbound call center services are where teleservice operators handle the incoming calls to a business or organization. Incoming calls are often customer service-based. Outbound call center services are where teleservice operators make calls for a business or organization. These calls are usually sales and lead generation based.
What are the two types of call centers?
The two main types of call centers are inbound and outbound, but there is also a third type of call center, multichannel. Inbound call centers answer calls for businesses and organizations. These calls typically fall under the umbrella of customer service. Outbound call centers make calls on behalf of business and organizations. These calls typically fall under the umbrella of sales and lead generation or appointment setting. Multichannel call centers, or contact centers, are classified not by the types of services they offer, inbound vs. outbound, but rather their variety of services in both arenas.
What is a call center in simple words?
Simply put, a call center is an environment where teleservice operators take inbound calls or make outbound calls for a business or organization. A call center can be housed within an organization, but it is also often an outsourced service provided by dedicated call center businesses. Inbound call centers answer calls for a business while outbound call centers make calls for a business. Inbound call centers are usually customer-service oriented, while outbound call centers are more sales oriented.
Who needs call center services?
Businesses and organizations that need call centers are those who don’t have the internal resources or bandwidth to handle their inbound or outbound calling needs. Inbound call centers fulfill a business’s customer service and technical assistance needs. Outbound call centers fulfill a business’s lead generation and appointment setting needs.
How much does a call center charge per call?
There is great variability in how much a call center charges per call. In a nutshell, the more basic the service, the cheaper the cost. For example, an inbound call center functioning merely as an answering service will cost less than one that offers dedicated, quality customer service representatives. Similarly, an outbound call center that makes very basic, cookie-cutter lead generation calls will charge less than a high-end call center that specializes in more complex and intricate lead generation and appointment setting campaigns.