BPO in Visakhapatnam



BPO in Visakhapatnam has contributed largely to the Visakhapatnam economy in the last few years. The Visakhapatnam BPOs have helped to significantly expand the job market in the city. Sensing the potential of the city, leading Business Processing Outsource companies have opened their offices in Vizag.

The presence of a substantial computer savvy and English speaking populace in Vizag has encouraged these companies to open their offices in the city. Some of the leading BPO organizations in Vizag are:
  • Cambridge Systems
  • Acclaris
  • Encore India
  • Data-soft Computers
  • Destination IT Solution
  • CRP Technologies
  • Global it Staffing
  • Satyam
  • HSBC
  • WIPRO

The Vizag BPO Companies offer jobs of customer support officers, technical support officers, trainees, managers etc. These BPO companies provide technical and non-technical customer query services, medical transcription services, as well as data entry and data processing services for various telecommunication, banking and other business organizations.



Last Updated on: 7/05/2013

     


     

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