Qualfon Expands with Second Dumaguete Call Center Facility
February 22, 2013
Qualfon, a global business process outsourcing (BPO) provider, announced that it has inaugurated its second Dumaguete Qualfon facility.
With a track record of customer care growth, Qualfon has serviced its BPO clients since it was founded in 1996. Today, the company has over 10,000 call center agents servicing its international base of clients in the Philippines, Guyana, Mexico and Costa Rica and will launch operations in the U.S.
The new facility is spread in four floors with over 24,000 square feet, and has a capacity of over 1,300 seats. The place was inaugurated recently in presence of Senator Franklin Drilon, Congresswoman Jocelyn Limkaichong, and the Mayor of Dumaguete, Manuel Chiquiting Sagarbarria.
“We are proud to have Qualfon in this Negros Oriental. They have been great for the province and the city of Dumaguete and have become the employer of choice for many people. They are now the largest contact center / BPO organization here and continue to grow and bring more jobs and career growth opportunities to our people and have stimulated the economy in Dumaguete and the rest of the province,” said Congresswoman Jocelyn Limkaichong.
“Qualfon has been operating in Dumaguete since 2010 and we are honored to recognize this new facility, as well as our employees, and show them that we are proud of their contributions as members of the Qualfon family," said Scott Warner, Site Director of Qualfon Dumaguete. "The dedication of this building represents our renewed commitment to them and our Dumaguete community."
Recently, Qualfon partnered with Aditya Birla Minacs (News - Alert) (News - Alert) to provide customer service and BPO solutions from Qualfon’s Mexico City location. The 600-seat Mexico City center will offer a range of facilities to employees in a working environment. Minacs, a global business solutions company, will provide customer support services in English and Spanish to Minacs’ clients in North America.
Edited by Brooke Neuman