News from Centrinex

According to Chinese astrology, 2015 is the year of the surefooted goat. Skilled, confident and nimble describe goats, and those also apply to Centrinex’s business approach over the year. 2015 was a time of significant changes for Centrinex, a call center headquartered in Lenexa, KS....

Centrinex’s customer service representatives are empowered to find out why and save the business The online loan application process is purposely streamlined for the customer’s convenience, yet there is still a 10 to 15 minute time investment involved. Approximately one-third of loan applicants complete the application...

Gimme a “C.” Gimme an “S.” Gimme an “R.” What’s that spell? CSR!  CSW2015logoforwebCustomer service representatives (CSRs) are the backbone of any contact center. They are the people on the frontlines making sure that your customers are happy and satisfied. They are often the ones who are responsible for either your customers loving or hating your company, based on how a call is handled. Clearly, a lot of “customer service” weight rests on their shoulders.

Not too long ago, we published a blog regarding the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) and new rules that would soon take effect. NACHA is a group that governs automated clearing houses. The new guidelines will be imposed and enforced by this association beginning...

Our Lenexa, KS based contact center employed 300 customer service representatives in May 2015. Come June, we hired over 600 new employees. In August, we expect to be 1,000 strong, thanks to a new call center contract we secured recently. Explosive growth at this rate and timeframe requires three things: more call center space, a significant investment in new technology and the ability to recruit and train at lightning speed.

TMC has announced via CUSTOMER magazine the rankings of teleservices and business process outsourcing providers every spring for three decades now. For this 30th anniversary, we decided to throw our hat in the ring against other contact centers to see how Centrinex / Novasors ranked. In April,...

OLA Spring Summit 2015: Where The Industry’s Fate Could be Determined New NACHA guidelines taking effect fall of this year. The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) latest proposed regulations governing short-term lending practices. Changes in the industry over the last few years. Public perceptions. Considering the issues facing those in short-term lending, the phrase “where our industry’s fate could be determined” isn’t overly dramatic.