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CSS Corp, a new-age IT services and technology-support company, today announced that its customer ALE International operating under the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise brand (ALE) has been awarded Certified Support Staff Excellence Center status for operational excellence in their support operations, a fourth year in a row. The recognition was awarded by the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA).
CSS Corp has been providing technical support to ALE for over 16 years in order to enable the company to deepen client engagements and bring exemplary customer service. Leveraging CSS Corp's technology support platforms, ALE was able to bring down recurring ticket incidents by nearly 20%, while fully resolving customer queries, thus improving customer satisfaction across four regions and global support centers.
CSS Corp works with 30 out of the top 50 major global telecom service provider/telecom operator companies globally, enabling them to deliver seamless customer engagement while creating additional revenue generation avenues. CSS Corp's comprehensive enterprise support offerings span all aspects from establishing a Welcome Centre to Automated Customer Care Support to Field Training, support and maintenance.
It enables enterprises to move from a reactive support model to a pre-emptive and proactive support model by leveraging the automation and high-end data analytics.
Sunil Mittal, EVP & Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, CSS Corp said, "Delivering seamless CX is a critical imperative for telecom companies in today's digital age, and they are looking for the right experts who can partner with them in their digital transformation journey. As a trusted partner for major telecom players globally, CSS Corp is committed to delivering tangible, measurable outcomes and exemplary customer engagement through a unique combination of technology and expertise.
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