Telisimo International, a provider of call center solutions, announced they have moved their corporate office to a location nearer to San Diego Airport. The new corporate address is 2488 Historic Decatur Road, Suite 210; San Diego, CA (News - Alert) 92106.
The new location will provide clients easy access to the Telisimo headquarters from the airport, as well as a great selection of restaurants, lodging and shopping at the clients' convenience, the company said.
However, Telisimo will continue to operate its highly reputable and efficient contact center in Tijuana, Mexico, in order to meet the ever-growing needs of bilingual representatives, company officials said.
For the past 20 years, Telisimo has been providing front- and back-office services including customer care, accounting, human resources and technology. It also offers process-improvement tools, such as mystery shopping, online polls and phone-based evaluations in order to streamline companies toward improvement.
Telisimo provides extensive training and education to its staff to place them in the proper position. Staff members at Telisimo are taught to accommodate to change, whether this is from new products or services or responding to changing demands.
“It was wonderful being one of the first companies at Liberty Station five years ago and we are looking forward to our continued tenancy in the same area,” said Linda Hobbs, president/CEO of Telisimo, in a statement.
“Our location immediately adjacent to the San Diego airport makes it convenient for our customers when they visit, and the nearby restaurants, lodging and shopping make their stay extra enjoyable,” Hobbs added.
Telisimo's mission is to help visionary companies streamline costs and optimize quality, adapt as they have and become real contenders on the international stage, company officials said.
Recently Telisimo announced it is expanding its social connections with American and Latin American companies interested in professional and creative business solutions that enable them to stay competitive in the global marketplace.
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Edited by Chris DiMarco