A Surprising Tool to Help Your Business

“A satisfied customer is the best business strategy of all.”

-Michael LeBoeuf-

Experience, passion, influence and established are all words that can be used to describe a successful business owner or entrepreneur. There’s no doubt that watching a business take off is rewarding, even when the office phone doesn’t stop ringing. The positive, the company is most likely doing well and making money. The negative, time is being taken away from improving the business to answer phone calls and provide customer service. Owning a business can be stressful, overwhelming and exhausting. Often, there comes a point when you have to ask yourself if you’re really doing what’s best for the business to be as successful as possible. Hiring a call center may be exactly what you’ve been looking for.

The big question:Why should my business hire a call center?

No More Missed Opportunities

It’s understood that there could be a lot of things on your plate. Of course owning a business, small or large, is a difficult and time-consuming task. If you walk into your office at seven AM and have ten missed calls, that’s how you know it’s time to look for a solution. These calls could’ve been a potential buyer of your product or service, and now chances are it’s a missed opportunity.

More Time to be Productive

Everybody feels like there’s never enough time in the day. When you own a business this statement becomes even more relevant. The second you sit down at the desk with a cup of coffee at the beginning of the day, you already have people knocking on your door asking you for more work. It’s overwhelming and having to return fifteen calls adds even more to the list of things to do. By the end of the day, you still have five things on your list and it’s the same five things you had on the list in the morning.

It’ll Show You Care

Most consumers would rather talk to a human on the phone than talk to a robot. A phone tree is one thing that consumers dread. Having to listen to the robot voice, followed by having to press fifty numbers until they either finally get through to a human being or get disconnected. Some consumers spend hours on the phone waiting to get through to a human being. It’s aggravating and extremely time-consuming. A call center allows consumers an opportunity to be directed to a human and usually problems are solved within minutes. The plus side is, you don’t have to be involved unless necessary.

More Leads, More Money

Things go wrong in businesses every single day. You can walk into work thinking you will complete one large task that day and then it gets moved to the next day and then the day after that too. Sooner or later, you forget what the task is because so many things have overridden it. A call center can do things that you don’t have time to do, like contact potential leads. Most call centers will give you a recap of all the leads, sales and appointments that were generated for the day. Call centers interact with customers and leads every day. They work hard to complete tasks that you find time-consuming which makes your job easier.

You Need Motivation

Successful call centers put in a lot of time and effort to give you the feedback that your business deserves. Seeing these results and having numerous leads can give you and your business the motivation to be exactly where you have always wanted to be. A small thing like hiring a call center can completely change your business around. It can make your employees happier which will lead to more sales.

Opportunity, productive, care, leads, money and motivation are six words that can easily be used to describe a successful business. They are also six words that can be used to describe a company that uses a call center. If you feel like any of the points made in this post are relevant to your business, it may be time to hire a call center.

The team at QCSS has provided customized sales solutions for companies nationwide since 1991, offering multi-channel inbound customer support and answering services, as well as outbound demand generation and direct sales.