2017 Arise Expanding Call Centre Outsourcing Services in Canada
(TORONTO, ON) March 1, 2017 -- Arise Virtual Solutions (Canada) Inc., a leader in on-demand customer management solutions, is expanding its reach in Canada. The virtual on-demand economy is growing, and hundreds of customer service opportunities are available this month alone through the Arise platform for entrepreneurs inspired to move toward home-based work. Those interested can launch their own virtual call centre or work for an existing call centre, using the Arise Platform to connect to major Canadian and international brands.
“Arise’s Canadian client base has been growing significantly over the past 24 months,” said Peter Schiller, Senior VP of North American Independent Business Operations. “In 2015 we began offering opportunities for French Quebecois support, and thus the network of bilingual call centres servicing through the platform grew thousands in a matter of months. In 2016 the number of Quebecois service opportunities available through the Arise platform doubled – which meant twice the opportunity for small call centre companies with bilingual agents looking for a personal life balance and a work-from-home business opportunity. Now, one of the longest standing client programs has decided to increase the amount of service they receive from call centres using the Arise Platform tenfold.”
To meet this demand, Arise is demonstrating its commitment to the Canadian market with an investment in mass marketing and brand awareness that is a first in its history in Canada.
Now a proud sponsor of one of the most well recognized hockey teams in Canada, the Arise name will be featured rink side, on TV, and with brand sell commercials around this season’s games, and word of the home-based customer service business opportunity will reach a new and vast audience across Canada. Television viewers will be introduced to the Arise platform through television spots on TSN (The Sports Network, reaching 12 million people in six provinces) and RDS (the number one ranked French specialty channel, reaching 90% of all French speaking Quebecers) across Ontario and Quebec.
Arise is also sponsoring Cityline’s Family Day Wednesdays on City. This sponsorship features an editorial segment on March 8, showing viewers how to set up a cost-effective home office. City will also be airing Tuned In spots with Lucy Zilio in commercial time. These spots put the spotlight on a small call centre owner who has been working from home and using the Arise Platform for nearly eight years. Cityline airs weekdays at 9 a.m. on City.
“Arise is honored to be a sponsor of the longest-running daytime talk show for women in Canadian history,” said Lisa Pelish, Director of North American Independent Business Marketing. “It’s a great opportunity to invite viewers to learn more about the Arise Platform, and for the small businesses who currently use the platform to generate ideas to run their spaces with cost and creativity in mind.”
About Arise Virtual Solutions Inc.:
Arise is a pioneer of on-demand customer management technology and business process outsourcing. Our powerful cloud-based platform provides a virtual nationwide network to connect primarily work-at-home service professionals running small call centre businesses to companies needing contact center and other business services. Built to scale, the Arise platform makes the way for a superior customer experience for innovative enterprises from startups to Fortune 500.
To learn more about Arise Virtual Solutions, please visit http://www.arise.com/about/canada.
For information about opportunities to launch and run a virtual call centre company servicing Canadian clients through the Arise Platform, please visit http://www.AriseWorkFromHome.com/Canada