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Webhelp UK Highly Commended for Best Outsourcing Partnership

Webhelp UK was Highly Commended for Best Outsourcing Partnership at the European Call Centre and Customer Service Awards 2012.

 

 

 

The was event hosted in the Hilton hotel in London’s Park Lane and was attended by Webhelp UK personnel including CEO David Turner, Directors Andy Doig, Helen Murray and Michael Galvin.

We were up against some fierce competition, so it is a fantastic achievement to be singled out for this distinction – David Turner, CEO

Commenting on the success of the evening David Turner said, “I am absolutely delighted, that both Vodafone and ourselves have been recognised by the industry.  We were up against some fierce competition, so it is a fantastic achievement to be singled out for this distinction.  It has put Webhelp UK firmly in the spotlight as a heavyweight contender, but we couldn’t’ have achieved this without the incredible passion and teamwork from everyone involved in our joint team with Vodafone.”


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