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Passage To India

by | 5th, February 2004

‘WE may have given India their railways and their trains a century and a half ago, but the Indians could soon be giving us our train times.

India’s biggest call centre houses 150,000 operators at any one time

National Rail Enquiries is just the latest company to announce that it is switching to call centres in Bangalore and Bombay with the loss of 600 jobs here in the UK.

The company receives 50 million calls a year, according to the Times, half of which will in future be routed to overseas.

NRE boss Chris Scoggins explained that the whole process should become a more pleasant experience for customers.

‘There is a higher level of politeness in India,’ he said, ‘and a greater desire to help.’

It also helps that Indian call

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