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Intelemedia offers a new breed of call center services by combining industry-leading technology with a platform uniting top performing agents from multiple call center companies. The end result is improved control, convenience, performance, customer experience and ROI.
Operating since 1993, Intelemedia offers one contract, one invoice, one platform, elite reps—the best in vertical—industry leading sales and customer service applications. Differentiators include advanced call routing, analytical and comparative analysis, deeper transparency and insight, and centralized reporting.
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