Georgetown, Guyana (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
Qualfon, a leading business process outsourcing (BPO) and call center service provider, participated in The Washington Diplomats report on the call center industry in the South American country of Guyana. Qualfon CEO Mike Marrow was interviewed for its article titled, Guyana Emerges as a Leader In Global Call Center Industry.
In the article, Mr. Marrow explained many key factors that make Georgetown, Guyana an ideal call center location. Their native language is English, not Spanish, and like the Filipinos, the Guyanese have a very strong affinity to the United States, said Mr. Marrow. He provided other benefits, as well, including that Guyana is close to the United States and is only about a five-hour direct flight from New Yorks JFK Airport.
The capital of Guyana, with a population of 750,000 people, Georgetown offers scalability for the call center industry, where call centers jobs are in high demand. Marrow said, They earn what an accountant with a few years experience or mid-level manager would make.
Cost structure is another major benefit of Guyana. Marrow indicated that when factoring in all operating costs, Guyana is still about ten percent cheaper than the Philippines and 30 percent cheaper than Costa Rica. Qualfon has been providing call center services in Georgetown since 2007, and it has been a great location for the company and its clients. It is the largest private employer in Guyana with 1,700 employees, and Qualfon is about to launch a new 800-seat, state-of-the-art center this summer. In addition, Qualfon plans to build a call center campus in 2014 with employee amenities and capacity of for 5,000 agents. Qualfon views Georgetown, Guyana as the next great frontier of the call center industry.
The Washington Diplomat dedicated an entire issue to covering the South American Guyana, in which it profiles the country, its current trends, and providing insight to many of its developing industries. Click here to read the entire publication.
Qualfon has a strong track record of customer service and back-office processing growth with experienced business processing outsourcing (BPO) leadership. We have been servicing our BPO clients since our founding in 1996 and, today, we are 8,500 employees servicing an international base of clients. Qualfon operates in the Philippines, Guyana, Mexico, Costa Rica, the United States, and China. Our mission is Making Peoples Lives Better. The Qualfon approach is simple: We invest in the well-being of our people who, in return, are taking better care of customers, clients, and our communities. Our tenure is twice the industry average, which enables us to offer highly tenured and highly engaged people that provide a better customer experience. In addition, our lower turnover and strategic locations enable us to provide our services at a lower cost. http://www.qualfon.com