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Business process outsourcing (BPO) is a subset of outsourcing that involves the contracting of the operations and responsibilities of specific business functions (or processes) to a third-party service provider. Today, BPO typically refers to the outsourcing of “back office” functions such as software or systems coding, billing, payment processing, debt collection, customer relationship management, technical support, and even accounting or finance functions.


Empereon-Constar Announces Plans To Open A Nearshore Call Center Facility In Baja

Phoenix, Arizona – Empereon-Constar, a leading provider of comprehensive contact center solutions that span the entire lifecycle of a consumer account, announced today plans to open a new nearshore facility in Baja.  This expansion allows Empereon-Constar to accommodate current and future client growth needs while delivering a strategic advantage to clients requesting a nearshore option. […]


LiveVox and EOS NCN Discuss Emerging Agency Practices That Leverage New Canadian Contact Center Capabilities

SAN FRANCISCO – LiveVox Inc., a leading provider of cloud contact center solutions for enterprise operations, announced that it will host an operations expert from EOS NCN to discuss emerging practices that take advantage of new technical capabilities.  Al Weaver, Vice President of Operations for EOS NCN, will share his view of optimizing the mix of people, processes and […]

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“Human Intervention” by Strip Club is Sufficient to Defeat a TCPA Claim

In a decision issued on August 19, 2015, Magistrate Judge Howard R. Lloyd of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California ruled that “human intervention” defeated a claim that a strip club contacted a consumer using an ATDS in violation of the TCPA. This may be the first time in the history of this publication that we have highlighted a case involving a strip club. However, regardless of the type of business, the case is relevant to the industry.

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The 986 Words That Have Guided First Party Outsourcing for 15 Years

For the past 15 years lawyers have artfully drafted agreements that address such things as whether the accounts being worked are “in default” and whether the employees of an agency working the business are “de facto” employees of the creditor. Often the contract would require that those same employees be segregated from the rest of the company and/or working in isolated space. Numerous other provisions in First Party service agreements all have their genesis in deMayo. Times have changed.

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Empereon-Constar Celebrates Fifteenth Anniversary of New Mexico Contact Center

Las Cruces, New Mexico – Empereon Marketing, LLC and Constar Financial Services, LLC (Empereon-Constar), celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of the opening of its New Mexico call center. Located in Las Cruces, New Mexico, the modern, employee friendly contact center offers bilingual call center services on behalf of Fortune 500 clients and is proud to provide […]