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Inbound Vs. Outbound - Telnet - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Inbound Vs. Outbound

Let’s say that you don’t know anything about what happens in a contact centre. You may read our blogs where you see ‘Inbound’ and ‘Outbound’ used so often and have no idea what these terms even mean. Let’s look at what these terms are and what they mean.

 

An Inbound Contact Centre

This means that calls come in. Essentially, this is the Customer Service part of the contact centre where a sales pitch isn’t usually necessary. It’s this part of the contact centre that will solve customer problems and queries they might have.

If you’ve had any issues with a product, want to make a complaint or simply want to speak to someone – if you dial the phone, it is an Inbound contact centre that you will be transferred to.

 

An Outbound Contact Centre

What may come to mind is the ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ movie, because these teams work hard and they sell. They are the people who will call you with a sales pitch and something to offer.

You may be thinking of those people who call you at dinner time with something you’ve never thought of, for a price you probably can’t afford. But there is more than just the stereotype.

These teams do cross-selling, upselling, debt collection, market research, contract renewals, appointment making, contract renewals and so much more.

The basic rule of thumb is – if they call you, they are Outbound calling. If you call them, you are calling an Inbound Contact Centre.

Source: http://telnet.co.nz/uncategorized/inbound-vs-outbound/

Publish Date: May 25, 2017 5:00 AM


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