CONNECT WITH SERVICE PARTNERS USING THE PLATFORM TODAY

 

The best way to find out if running your own call centre is right for you is to work for a company already using the platform first! You can start working for a Service Partner using the Arise Platform today. This will give you all the information and experience you need to determine if this is the right business for you. Then, if you’re ready to go off on your own, you can register your own small business and become part of the network yourself.

 

Many people start-out working for a virtual call centre already using the Arise Platform. These same people often go on to start their own businesses, once they are comfortable with the responsibility of running a company using the Arise Platform, servicing client programmes and they have their daily routine.

 

QUESTIONS ABOUT OWNING YOUR OWN CALL CENTRE BUSINESS?

 

Connect with companies run by people just like you and learn how they made it happen.

 

U.K. residents can find a list of U.K. companies accepting new agents here.

 

What to Consider When Working for a Virtual Call Centre as an Agent

Working for a Service Partner already using the Arise Platform is a smart way to get experience. Here are a few things to keep in mind to ensure a more rewarding experience:

  • Research the Call Centre Before Registering as Their Agent. The call centre companies using the Arise Platform are not in any way affiliated with Arise. Make sure you research a company’s background, look for reviews from their other agents and spend time speaking with the business owner so you feel comfortable and confident with the company. You have many options, don’t settle for one that doesn’t feel right or comes with red flags.
  • Connect with Service Partners on our Facebook Page and Instagram Page. The most convenient way to connect with companies who may be looking for customer support agents, is to join in the conversation on the Arise Facebook page. Make friends, share information, find out who is looking for agents, and learn some tips of the trade.
    • Be clear on what’s involved before committing. Learn about the client opportunities available, the schedule, the service hours and any course requirements necessary to begin providing service. Most importantly, be sure to understand what you will be paid and how. Your compensation will be determined by the company you work for.

 

 

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