PRLog - Oct. 25, 2012 - NEWARK, U.K. -- Australian companies remain bullish about the advantages of South Africa as an outsourcing destination. Mr Ian Kinsey, Managing Director, Coracall South Africa, a company which specializes in contact center services, commented, “Australian companies have been quick to realize that the accent neutrality, voice proficiency, talent availability and favorable time zone of South Africa lends itself to their outsourcing objectives. We have had a lot of interest from Australian companies and our outlook for Australia is also borne out by the Department of Trade and Investment (DTI) in South Africa. The DTI has asked us, on their behalf, to represent the South African success story to Australian companies, with a view to bringing more outsourced work to South Africa. We are pleased that the DTI has recognized our company, our facilities and our people. With more than 400 agents now in South Africa we are offering a wide range of both voice and non-voice solutions to our customers.”
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