What process are you improving in 2013 ?
ServiceSPAN has the knowledge, experience and innovation to deliver and guarantee successful Process Improvement.
What We Do
ServiceSPAN's process analyst experts team can enable you to swiftly improve one or many processes in your company, and along with that, bring your company the added benefits of reducing unit cost, increasing cycle times and achieving higher productivity.
How We Do It
Our team will visit your company, observe your operations, conduct brief interviews with management and work with your IT people to understand your systems. Based on their finding, we prepare and demonstrate a solution that will enable you to reliably transcend to measurably improved processes.
Our solutions are based on workflow software that layers on top of your existing business software providing your workers with powerfully efficient tools. These tools give them greater visibility of the work and the ability to make better decisions and multi-task. Additional tools give management the ability to track and control the work.
ServiceSPAN's software solution, Work Center Manager (WCM) is agile in delivering services that allow your company to be faster and cost effective against all kinds of competition. We ensure process change effective enough to put your staff on track and won't revert back to the way tasks were performed in the past.
With ServiceSPAN you have the choice of starting us in an expedited manner to fix your processes in 90 days, or work with us to methodically compare our method of process improvement to options you're considering now, determine an ROI, and work through an RFP process. Either way, our team has the combination of skills and software to deliver process improvement that takes effect immediately and delivers results that are rapid and enduring.
Work Center Manager (WCM)
delivers immediate benefits.
WCM provides greater oversight of the operation through expansive views and insights into all aspects of the work, customer status, work load, staff performance and more! Instantly access volume, duration and cycle time analyses that helps to identify trends and accurately report to upper management.
Users are assigned and receive work, in prioritized order and based on their skills level and work load. Spending less time searching and gathering information along with the benefits of a highly interactive desktop, gives users extensive multi-tasking capabilities. These are only a few of many efficiencies provided by WCM.
WCM flexibly allows for changes in work distribution and operational priorities, giving supervisors greater control coordinating staff and work activities with associated organizations and systems. The overall result is a noticeable elevation of accountability with all levels working concertedly to support the goals of the business.
Can you relate to this?
At some point companies recognize that regardless of how much they invest, work centers performing manual work will never be eliminated and employees in those centers, as do employees across the organization, deserve effective tools to be productive. Without the right tools, managers have limited understanding of their work centers and are unable to improve productivity.
Fundamental to improving the work center's efficiency is the ability to create an environment that enables less manual input and empowers workers to quickly gain and process the information that will let them make sound decisions that expedite the completion of the work.
ServiceSPAN has been providing solutions that create efficiencies in manual work centers for more than 20 years. We have learned from our experience that there are many different work center requirements such as integrating systems, creating processes, dynamically assigning work, streamlining user interfaces and capturing performance metrics. Our software solution, Work Center Manager (WCM) addresses all of those and more.
Don't off-shore your problems,
address them directly with WCM
US workers top productivity table
Workers in the US are still more productive per person than any others in the world, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) says in a report.
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AT&T brings 4,000 jobs back in-house
US Telecom Daily Lead 02/09/2009
AT&T has placed back in-house nearly all of its 5,000 outsourced support-center jobs - most, if not all sent overseas - it has vowed to repatriate, the company said. AT&T has noted that a contract vendor under BellSouth had initially reassigned the positions offshore.
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The Canadian Press 2/18/09
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The Bangalore Backlash: Call Centers Return to U.S.
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If you'd prefer a customer service agent who speaks "American" then computer maker Dell has a deal for you. Catering to consumers put off by the accents of Bangalore, Manila and other call center hubs around the globe, Dell will guarantee, for a price, that the person who picks up the phone on a support call will be, as company ads mention in bold text, "based in North America".
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