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C3/CustomerContactChannels Expands in Manila with Additional 1000 Seats of Capacity

05 May

C3/CustomerContactChannels (C3), a global provider of BPO services, announced that the Company has finalized plans for its expansion in the Philippines. Upon completion of the build out, C3 will add 1000 seats of capacity to its existing operations just outside Makati City.

This expansion takes C3 into Fort Bonifacio between 31st and 2nd streets. Located in state-of-the-art Bonifacio E-Services Building, its operations are footsteps from the heart of Bonifacio High Street. The Company’s Asian expansion is primarily due to increasing demand from both existing and new clients.

“Manila continues to provide an extremely skilled workforce with an affinity for the American culture that helps them serve customers well,” said Rick Ferry, President and COO of C3/CustomerContactChannels. “This expansion is particularly exciting for us as we move into Bonifacio Global City, a relatively new area of Manila that offers an excellent environment for our employees and management alike.”

C3 offers excellent pay and benefits to its workforce, along with a fun work environment and advancement opportunities. The Company plans to begin its recruitment efforts for this expansion in May 2011.

C3 is uniquely positioned to deliver value for its clients in a global operating environment built upon proven operational best practices and a veteran leadership team. The Company has strong experience in the Healthcare, Travel & Hospitality, Telecommunications, Energy & Utilities, Media, and Financial Services industries.

 

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