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Career at Call Center Executive

Company Name: DTX Business Solutions

Job Title: Call Center Executive

Job Type: Full Time

Number of Vacancies: 15

Job Category: Customer Support/Call Centre

Deadline: 26 Apr,2016


Educational Qualification:

No Matter which background you have, if you can speak English like a native English speaker then you are the best person for this job.
Freshers are encouraged to apply (Only O level, A level or Fluent English Speaker)

Experience:

No Matter which background you have, if you can speak English like a native English speaker then you are the best person for this job.
Freshers are encouraged to apply (Only O level, A level or Fluent English Speaker)

Requirement:

Age At most 27 year(s)
Fluency in Speaking English is a must.

Other Opportunities:

Job Location
Dhaka
Salary Range
Tk. 13000 - 15000
Other Benefits
Basic + Daily Commission (Based on Experience, Skill and Performance)
Free Training
Highly attractive sales commission. Guaranteed on time payment will be provided.
Find the ground breaking career and build yourself as an asset for the country to build our economy.

Instruction :

Apply Online via http://career.dtxbscallcenter.com

Application Deadline : Apr 26, 2016

Company Information
DTX Business Solutions
Address : H#3, R#1, Block#B, Nobodoy Bazar, Mohammadpur.
Web : www.dtxbscallcenter.com

 

Job Detail:



Int. Call Center Executive (English Speaking)


Job Description / Responsibility
Outbound telesales abroad
Night Shift (9 pm to 6 am including Break)
Work/study abroad will be preferred
English medium background is preferable
Making outbound calls to USA, Canada & Australia to sell services or products.
Obtain new contact names, telephone numbers, and email address of prospects from direct calls and other sources such as websites
Record and maintain reactions of prospects contacted into the database or CRM after the call
Maintain a thorough working knowledge of all services offered by DTX Business Solutions
Contact businesses by telephone in order to solicit sales for services and create brand awareness
Explain products or services and prices, and answer questions from customers
Pre-call planning and research to perform opportunity identification and need analysis at all prospect levels.

 

Increasing, Decreasing, and Constant
If a firm or producer changes all inputs proportional, the resulting change in production is guided by returns to scale, which come in three varieties. First, production might actually increase proportionally to the increase in inputs. Second, production might increase more than the increase in the inputs. Third, production might increase less than the increase in inputs. These three alternatives are technically termed constant returns to scale, decreasing returns to scale, and increasing returns to scale.

1. Constant Returns to Scale
This occurs if a proportional increase in all inputs under the control of a firm results in an equal proportional increase in production. In other words, a 10 percent increase in labor, capital, and other inputs, also results in an equal 10 percent increase in production.

2. Increasing Returns to Scale
This occurs if a proportional increase in all inputs under the control of a firm results in a greater than proportional increase in production. In other words, a 10 percent increase in labor, capital, and other inputs, results in a production increase that is greater than 10 percent.

3. Decreasing Returns to Scale
This occurs if a proportional increase in all inputs under the control of a firm results in a less than proportional increase in production. In other words, a 10 percent increase in labor, capital, and other inputs, results in a production increase that is less than 10 percent.
Returns to scale sheds a little long-run production analysis light on the positive law of supply relation between price and quantity. In the short run, the law of diminishing marginal returns indicates that a higher production cost, and thus a higher price, corresponds with greater production, which is the law of supply.
However, in the long run, because returns to scale can increase, decrease, or remain constant, production cost can also increase, decrease, or remain constant, which further means price can increase, decrease, or remain constant. As such, there is no reason to expect that the law of supply correspondence between a higher price and a larger quantity holds in the long run.

One Step
This analysis of long-run production is but the first step in a brisk walk toward a better understanding of market supply. Further steps include the cost of long-run production and the market structure in which a firm operates, such as perfect competition or monopoly.

Production Cost
An understanding of market supply builds on the long-run production analysis and the key role played by returns to scale. Because the productivity of the variable input can increase, decrease, or remain constant in the long run, long-run production cost can also increase, decrease, or remain constant. This provides insight into the applicability of the law of supply in the long run.

Market Structure
The market supply also depends on the structure of the market, especially the degree of competition and the resulting market control of each firm. Competitive markets, with limited control over the price, tend to produce output by equating price and marginal cost in the long run. However, less competitive markets, with greater market control by the participating firms, need not equate price and marginal cost.

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