Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
Aspire recently announced an expansion of their work with global call centers within their Call & Contact Center division. They will continue to optimize the call & contact center environment and increase revenue for organizations around the world.
Renie Cavallari, CEO and Chief Inspirational Officer of Aspire, said: “For years people have thought call centers were dying, that they were just an expense and not a profit center. Aspire has never agreed with that perspective, and over the years we have grown profitability for many call centers by helping them shift from a service mentality to a sales mentality. As mobile, live chat, and the nature of how people shop and buy evolves, call centers will have an increasingly important role in profit generation. This is why we've again chosen to go against ‘conventional wisdom’ and expand our Call & Contact Center division.”
Today, new technology and automation give the appearance that reservations are simpler than ever, while call & contact center service has become that much more complicated. Customers want more transparency, more understanding around the value of the price they pay, and answers to their questions the moment they ask them. Call & contact centers must think differently in order to grow their profits and offer a better customer experience.
Christine Brosnahan, Senior Vice President of the Call & Contact Center division, remarked: "I've walked into many centers where outdated methodologies and thinking hold them back from being successful. Beyond their ability to drive profits, call & contact centers play an important role in driving loyalty program success. This is critical to both retention and long term brand relevance. Aspire's training and assessments are a way to innovate an organization, efficiently bring a call center into the 21st century, and set it up to find lost profits for years to come."
Aspire is expanding its influence, research, and expertise in the call & contact center industry and brings over 19 years of experience in training and team building, strategic consulting, and leadership development for the hospitality industry. Aspire understands the shifting realities of the call center industry, and today’s announcement serves to push call & contact centers further into the 21st century with greater access to Aspire’s dynamic processes, industry research, and training programs. These techniques apply to many different niches including hotels, spas, technology, destinations, airlines, global brands, and more.
Aspire offers clients call center assessments, and customized training and approaches to optimize profitability while margins are more challenging than ever. They also have developed a complimentary downloadable guide available on their website called The 21st Century Call Center which helps organizations optimize their people, performance, and profits. While focusing on sales conversion, operational performance, employee productivity and accountability, Aspire approaches each call & contact center environment individually, moving away from cookie-cutter methods and integrating a customized approach to driving conversion and profitability.
Aspire's Call & Contact Center Strategy service finds the gaps in centers and optimizes profitability. Assessments help to prepare recommendations for voice-reservation sales organizations including a look at: organizational structure and staffing, identifying gap areas to drive revenue and profitability, optimal call flow, distribution integration, key performance indicators, training, mobile and live chat opportunities, call monitoring, and more. Aspire's mission is to instigate change and drive measurable results within the call & contact center industry.
Aspire helps organizations ignite change and drive results. They design the exact solutions that companies need to stand out and be disruptive. Aspire's 3-pronged approach has helped over 5,000 companies in 11 countries exceed their goals through identifying gaps and creating solutions to fill them. Most companies are done at the end of a program, while Aspire is just getting started. They stick around to give organizations the tools they need to continuously drive measurable results. Over the last 19 years, more than 1 million people have learned to think differently, challenge the status quo, and expect results through Aspire's programs. To learn more, visit http://www.aspiremarketing.com.