Business climate in Bacolod City impresses call center execs
Bacolod City (14 February) -- Teleperformance, one of the pioneer call centers in Bacolod City and said to be the 2nd biggest in the industry has met with the local executives of the city to discuss future plans of the company.
Teleperformance Executive Vice President for Philippine Operations Trevor Friensen, who is in Bacolod for the first time, was impressed by the business climate of the city.
Friensen and the other Teleperformance executives informed the mayor of their expansion plans with the coming in of new accounts in Bacolod which means hiring more call center agents to fill in the posts. Presently, Telepeformance has 400 call center agents in their Bacolod office.
New call center Manager for Bacolod, Don Sausa was also introduced to the Bacolod City Mayor Evelio Leonardia. The executives of Teleperformance are particularly impressed with the peace and order situation and the local chief executive's accessibility to the business community.
Bacolod Councilor Wilson Gamboa, SP Chairman of the Committee on Traffic, was also consulted on the possibility of having public utility jeeps pass by the call center for the convenience of the employees of the call center. Gamboa promised to bring the matter to a public hearing with PUJ Operators. (CMO/PIA/EAD) [top]