A call center is a facility that is equipped to handle a high volume of telephone calls. These calls can be inbound (received by the call center) or outbound (made by the call center). Call centers are often used by companies as a customer service channel, with agents handling inquiries and complaints from customers. Call centers can also be used for telemarketing, order taking, and appointment scheduling. Some call centers are operated by the company that owns the product or service, while others are operated by third-party companies that provide call center services to multiple clients.
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