Call Centers in India – Favorite Hot Spots of Outsourcing

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Call centers in India need no introduction but a special mention, indeed. Organizations from all over the world have preferred to outsource call centers services to India than its competitive counterparts. India and its BPO industry has emerged as powerful contender and leader of outsourcing. No wonder, India has become an attractive option for outsourcing call center services.

Thanks to the wide array of services, favorable government policies and infrastructure and facilities to meet the international demands and varied range, types of business needs. There have been several reasons that count and work in favor of Indian outsourcing industry. Some of them are:

1)Educated and inexpensive workforce
Given the large numbers of highly qualified and IT savvy people who are skillful and English proficient as well, call centers in India are attracting huge work demands across the world. It is to be noted that India has the highest English-speaking population after the United States. The increasing numbers of college graduates and reputation of call center workers have also made outsourcing popular which accounts to never ending resources and facilities in India.

2) Specialized and Customized Call Center Outsourcing Services
Be it inbound call center services, telemarketing services, end to end software or application processing, email support services and chat support services or help-desk services, you name it and call centers in India have it. They have equally authority over inbound and outbound call center services. Offering expert solution based on international quality standards and technology framework, their operational expertise is unparalleled.

Math Education Professor Dor Abrahamson

Posted by | Posted in Education Technology | Posted on 08-04-2011

3’s Director of Video Programming, Zachary Fink, interviews UC Berkeley professor Dor Abrahamson about how to increase students’ understanding of math. For more on Dor Abrahamson, visit