2012 IQPC Call Center Week

We are currently preparing for the upcoming 2012 IQPC Call Center Week event coming up June 2-3 in Las Vegas, NV.

Etech Global Services has the privilege of exhibiting and sponsoring the largest call center event of its kind.  During the convention, there will be innovative case studies, integrated training, lively discussions and leading speakers. The event is focused on helping call centers that are evolving to multi-channel centers with the growth of live chat and social media. With Etech’s deep experience in multi-channel contact centers, and our expertise in live chat, we are looking forward to participating in this educational event.

We look forward to seeing you in Vegas. Please visit us at booth# 517

It’s not too late if you want to attend.  Register for Call Center Week.

Read more in our recent press release.

By |2012-05-21T00:00:39-06:00May 21, 2012|

Author

Jim Iyoob is the Chief Customer Officer for Etech Global Services. He has responsibility for Etech’s strategy, marketing, business development, IT, program implementation, operational excellence, and product development across all Etech’s existing lines of business – Etech, Etech Insights, ETS & Etech Social Media Solutions. He is passionate, driven, and an energetic business leader with a strong desire to remain ahead of the curve in outsourcing solutions and service delivery.

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