Joining a call center association could help you in your call center career development. Whether you are a call center manager or call center operator, a call center association could provide you with useful call centre resources as well as a network of call center professionals in your area.
Now renamed PACE (the Professional Association for Customer Engagement), The American Teleservices Association (ATA) represents the call centers, trainers, consultants, and equipment suppliers that initiate, facilitate, and generate telephone, Internet, and email sales, service, and support
The ATA’s mission statement is to lead the call and contact centre industry and to promote professionalism, growth and ethical behavior. Its success has been built on its everlasting commitment to the development of a professional and ethic call centre industry in Australia.
Call Center Network Group
CCNG is the number one industry advocate for call center managers — providing programs on a local, regional, national and virtual basis. Come see how you can grow as a call center professional and expand your contribution across your organization and throughout the industry.
The CCA is the professional body for customer contact. With over 800 corporate members this represents over 3,500 senior practitioners, employing between 20%-30% of the total contact centre population within the UK market.
The Telework Association also known as the TCA is Europe’s largest organisation dedicated to the promotion of teleworking. Over 2,000 people and organisations have joined since 1993. The TCA believes that teleworking can benefit people by increasing the quality of life and improving access to work.
The CCMA of Australia provides a forum where contact centre industry professionals can interact with their peers locally, nationally and as part of an international network of associations.
The Call Centres Net website is a central hub for the contact centre community and acts as a portal to a comprehensive range of information related to the Australian and Asia Pacific contact centre industries.
Formed in 1986, TUANZ is a not-for-profit organisation representing the end-users of telecommunications in New Zealand. Our mission is to raise New Zealand into the OECD’s Top 10 countries in information and communications technologies with a special focus on communications.
The Call Centre Forum of Germany. Germany’s leading resource for call centre professionals.
Swiss Call Association providing call centre network, community and resources.
Customer contact website from Italy with a wealth of useful call centre information and tools.
The MCCA is an industry association comprised of excellent Manitoba companies and organizations in the customer contact sector.
The Ottawa Regional Call Centre Association or ORCCA is dedicated to the advancement of the contact centre profession and industry throughout Canada’s National Capital Region
The Call Centre Management Association of the Netherlands.