What they do is hire minions who write TOTAL MARKETING GIBBERISH, thus preventing mere mortals from understanding what the hell they do.
That was exactly the problem I had.. so no cookies for either of us. :)
CSR goosestepping, it looks like. Though at least their website looks clean. I like that. *tapdances in hell for you*
Can you get me some ginger ale while you're out? And peaches? *winsome*
I got you ginger ale.. but they were out of peaches. Um... *offers self instead?*
Looks like they run call centers and customer service for multiple companies. We use a company like this in Ireland. They run all our client and tech calls from Europe.
Ok.. good to know.. they need a project manager.. i guess to make sure that the clients are getting all the right stuff and walk them through set up.. I guess.. wish me luck, muffin.
If they do call center stuff, the person to ask would be MENG. She sets them up, so she's probably familiar with the company. And since she's in England, she'll be waking up soon.
When your phone rings and it's someone calling from "BMW to follow up about your recent service -- how would you rate us on a 1 to 10 scale?" it's them.
Uh, I love you and all, but you're the only one here who gets calls about their BMW.
*crawls back under rock*
Oh, that was completely theoretical, based on their list of clients. I don't get those calls; my in-house mechanic does the work on my car.
Um, can I at least trade you cookies for oral sex? or how about oral sex for cookies? Either way, I'm all about the exchanging of goods for services.
("I don't want to sell anything bought or made. I don't want to make anything bought or sold. And I don't want to buy anything made or sold." Or something like that.)
"Our associates are comfortable, cared for, and have the tools they need to exceed our clients' expectations. Our spacious, modern facilities are uniquely designed to maximize productivity, minimize acoustic interference and provide an intimate, professional environment. It's an investment that has paid off for our company - and ultimately for our clients, by reducing turnover and enabling us to attract, and keep, the best and brightest."
What I see when I look at this is they have nice little crates set up along one wall, where you live in with your water dish and walkman and maybe a fluffy little blanket.
Yeah - "minimize acoustic interference" = "phone farm"
My first thought here is a series of inappropriate photographs to go with the descriptions.