A survey of quality management in call centers
"Recently, there has been tremendous growth in call centers around the globe. Many business activities such as technical support, sales and marketing, and banking, are performed through call centers. The rapid growth of information technology, the decreasing cost of data transfer, and globalization have made call centers beneficial and cost effective for business activities that can be performed remotely. Since the majority of customer interactions occur through call centers, the quality of call center service and the efficiency of management are important...The research objective is to study call center applications, elements, and classification, highlight call center problems, and provide recommendations for improvement. The results of the study show that in order to operate a call center efficiently, management must focus on the four elements of call centers, including service quality, cost, people, and technology"--Abstract, leaf [iii].
Cudney, Elizabeth A.
Ragsdell, K. M.
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
M.S. in Engineering Management
Missouri University of Science and Technology
ix, 62 leaves
© 2008 Vaibhav suresh Adewar, All rights reserved.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
Call centers -- Customer services
Call centers -- Evaluation
Call centers -- Personnel management
Customer services -- Management
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Adewar, Vaibhav Suresh, "A survey of quality management in call centers" (2008). Masters Theses. 68.
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