Chinese Call Center
With around 1.34 billion people, China has an undeniably large consumer market. Businesses that wish to tap this incredible market potential often outsource their call center functions as an effective cost-cutting measure, similar to the trend for US-based and other international companies.
Outsourcing not only reduces cost in staffing overhead, it also supplies the business with qualified professionals to meet the full demand of its potential and current customers. The Philippines is one of the go-to outsourcing locations worldwide, thanks to its strategic location and because it is considerably more affordable than other outsourcing hubs in the US and in Europe.
Headquartered in Makati, Philippines, Open Access BPO provides a range of call center services tailored to the Chinese market. These include customer and technical support, as well as content moderation services, among others. Open Access BPO allows businesses to successfully provide cost-efficient, quality services tailored to the intricacies of the Chinese market segment.
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CHINESE CALL CENTER
With a market size that represents nearly one in every five people in the entire world, the Chinese language is a vital artery in the global marketplace. From the Chinese communities in every major country to the massive population of China itself, a business that wants to grow and expand needs to have the capability to effectively communicate with the fastest growing economy in the world.
Open Access BPO is located in the Philippines and is an hour from Hong Kong by flight. The Philippines offers the affordability of an emerging market, but the geographic location that features both a massive Chinese population and a deep western heritage that is capable of western style business.
We offer customer service, technical support, and a variety of other call center and outsourcing solutions in several Chinese dialects including Mandarin. If you want to reduce overhead costs and cater to your Chinese consumer base, then Open Access is the solution.