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CMS' New Service Package Set to Improve Trust, Credibility Online

January 28, 2013

In this digital era, the concept of selling online is making great headway, and more companies are relying only on digital support methods, depriving customers of live support and the chance to deal with real people.

But Continental Message Solution (CMS) is an award-winning BPO order processing call center with a difference, offering businesses a way to provide live support – something for which consumers are desperate in an era of digital customer service.

Professionals at the company understand how important it is for some customers to talk to people over the phone in the traditional way, and not have to deal with an automated and robotic service when they buy online.

“Because of this, companies that do provide telephone support and allow customers to place orders over the phone are in the position to increase trust and credibility online,” said a company representative while commenting on the new service package.

CMS' new service package is set to transform how retailers provide live customer support, and plans to return industry to a position where clients are able to take advantage of the order taking call center system, allowing customer interaction during the sales process.

It offers its order taking service without a break, and provides personal service to customers around the clock.

Clients appear to be appreciative of CMS' new service package, which flexible and personalized enough to meet the needs of each and every client. As it integrates easily with existing online systems, CMS agents can deal with them on a personal level before placing the order on the trusted e-commerce software.

Lastly, CMS offers something that clients desperately need in the case of a power outage – a backup system, the absence of which could be disastrous to a customer's bottom line. Its innovative BPO call center solutions transform and improve business processes, create value, reduce costs and generate new avenues for a competitive advantage to its clients and partners. 

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Edited by Braden Becker

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