Delhi, India, July 08, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- These days when we keep hearing about new social networks, some niche networks do make for interesting observation. BPO or call centers in India employs more than 800,000 people and now a new social network named bpovoice.com is making an attempt to give them a common platform to hang around, discuss issues and make contacts.
They claim their objective is to create the biggest online resource of relevant information for the BPO professionals and help it’s member make better contact in the process of doing it. “We are trying to use collective intelligence of as many BPO professionals as we can and creating a resource on basic to complex issues to which any one can refer to as and when they want” said Amit Saxena, CEO, bpovoice.com.
When asked about what was the requirement of such a network, he said,” we wanted to create a network with some difference not the usual one where in you add more friends or scraps. We wanted to take bpovoice.com to the next level. Secondly when we analyzed most of the other BPO related networks like Google groups or Orkut communities we observed that they were either having spam messages or job hunt drives or mindless games. That is where we saw our scope to create an online resource to which every one (present and prospective) professional can refer to.”
As the BPO industry is growing by leaps and bounds such networks are sure to be of great help for all the concerned professionals and also a small step in improving the overall image of the industry. This is first of its kind initiative and it would be interesting to see how bpovoice.com develops and if it succeeds or not.