Contact centers in Georgia can provide stellar service to their customers while keeping their operating costs low and reducing their business risk. An established high-tech ecosystem, smart tax incentives and other programs enable contact centers to remain agile and responsive to market changes.
A fiber-optic data infrastructure optimized for high-demand data and telecom traffic makes it very attractive to global companies including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, ADP, IBM and others to set up contact centers in Georgia. LEARN MORE.
Contact centers in Georgia will:
- Mitigate business risk with a statewide integrated transmission system, minimizing disruptions.
- Increase productivity with a skilled workforce and customized workforce education programs that address the needs of contact centers.
- Maintain a competitive advantage by developing custom broadband systems, computing and content processing.
- Lower operating costs with no state sales tax on certain types of calls and savings from non-regulated telecommunications services.