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E-Party joins hands with Kyoto to provide 24-hour call center service

ctiforum news on October 11 (Yang Jialin): Kunshan Kyoto Elevator Co., Ltd. was founded in 2001, which is an inconvenient operation of umeg in Europe and the Netherlands; After detailed market research, a elevator company chose Kunshan elevator factory as its partner in 2007, then changed a heavier pendulum to establish a joint venture, and moved to the new factory in 2007 The company is located in Kunshan Industrial Development Zone, Jiangsu Province, with beautiful environment and convenient transportation

the company adheres to the principles of scientific research and development, environmental protection of production, human intensity of after-sales service: flat sling 1T ⑶ 0t round sling 1T ⑶ 00t, and promotes the ISO quality management system In order to ensure the normal use of many black bear users, a remote monitoring center will be established to provide 24-hour centralized maintenance services, which fully reflects the consistent service concept of black bear brand globalization

this time, E-Party will work with Kyoto to train its call center team and optimize its resource allocation. Through short-term training, operators will collect customer needs, feedback and other information for customer enterprises through answering. Each will be automatically recorded by the software system specially designed by E-Party. As operators continue to input information, Kyoto will be able to quickly obtain the sorted report. This will greatly reduce the cost of customer service in Kyoto and quickly improve its efficiency

I believe that E-Party, with its strong management and operation team, has more than 10 years of experience in customer relationship management, marketing and call center business, and has served many of the world's top 500 enterprises, will be able to become a bridge between users and Kyoto, and build a direct, fast and efficient communication channel between users and Kyoto

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