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Why Call Center Flexibility is Absolutely Essential

why call center flexibility is absolutely essential

Call centers around the world continue to make the switch to virtual solutions. Yes, Cloud based call centers cost less, require little-to-no hardware and no on-site maintenance but their real advantage is their flexibility. Flexibility is essential for modern call centers for a variety of reasons. In this article we’ll discuss the call center flexibility you get from a virtual solution and why all call centers should be utilizing this technology.

Scalability in your call center

In a virtual call center, you have the ability to scale your call center up or down as frequently as you need to. This type of flexibility is extremely important in the ever-changing industry of call centers.

Whether your call center experiences a high volume of business during the holidays or your sales drop off in the summer, you have the flexibility to adjust the size of your call center as needed.

With a traditional call center, you aren’t as fortunate. You’ll either be left with excess hardware from previous employees or you’ll be stuck purchasing new equipment for new hires when your call center expands.

Hiring call center employees

In a virtual call center, you have a large amount of flexibility on the employees that you hire. A traditional call center is limiting because it requires all employees to work in-house but a virtual solution is a lot more flexible. Because your employees can work anywhere with an Internet connection, you can the most qualified person for the job no matter where in the world they’re located.

Workforce flexibility is essential for a successful call center. It allows you to make the hiring decisions that are the best for your business.

Adaptable call center system

Like its scalability, virtual call centers are also flexible when it comes to its features, functionality and integration. Virtual solutions are designed with flexibility in mind. That’s why they trump traditional solutions that require new hardware for customization.

Whether you want to add agent monitoring features or you want to integrate your system into your CRM, virtual call center software makes it easy. Your system is completely flexible and can truly evolve with your ever-changing needs.

The location of your call center

We already touched on the idea of remote employees. The idea of a flexible workforce is ideal for a call center. The location of your call center ties into this notion. With a virtual call center, you aren’t tied to a brick-and-mortar location. While you may prefer having a specific office location, you have the ability to host your call center completely in the Cloud and have all of your employees work remotely too.

This flexibility really sets virtual call centers apart. Whether your financial circumstances change, you decide to move to a new location or a number of other scenarios occur, you can rest easy knowing that you have the flexibility to take your call center to the road.

David Wise

David Wise

Chief Executive Officer, Founder at AVOXI
David has more than 18 years of management experience in the telecommunications industry. A graduate of the Citadel, David worked as a Senior Account Executive with Intermedia Communications and later co-founded Rapid Link, a leading provider of International callback and VoIP. David then founded AVOXI in 2001with a focus on providing niche international call center markets with customized voice and data services. read more
David Wise
David Wise

2 Comments

  1. Allowing for a “flexible workforce” is a big draw for prospective employees today. Working remotely/from home is widely considered a huge perk. This capability provides call centers with a bigger pool of qualified candidates to choose from.

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    • We agree! Potential employees are drawn to that type of flexibility and it allows call centers to truly hire the best candidate for the job, regardless of where they’re located.

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