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CCSI Receives ISO/IEC 20000 Certification Award at ExpoTech 2015

After a year of hard work, we successfully closed our project to improve and certify our IT Management processes under the ISO/IEC 20000 standard. Today, Call Center Services International received a recognition for our ISO/IEC 20000 certification at ExpoTech 2015.
ExpoTech, now in its 9th edition in the City of Tijuana, is intended to bring together IT Technology Industry, Telecommunications companies and its suppliers to feature and promote their services and products in one place. ExpoTech is sponsored by CANIETI (Mexico’s National Chamber of Electronic Industry, Telecommunications and Information Technologies), PROCEI (a program for supporting Mexican SMEs that aim at improving their competitiveness through specialized European technical advice and assistance directed at new technologies and innovation in production processes, allowing them access to European

Deported Immigrants Make a New Start in Tijuana Call Center

Henry Monterroso is just one of an entire generation of Mexican-Americans who grew up in the United States but were eventually deported back to their land of birth. Yet while some become entrapped in poverty or even fall into a life of crime upon returning to Mexico, Monterroso has persevered after finding work at a Tijuana call center. Utilizing his first-hand knowledge of the English language and American working culture as supervisor for a client in the legal industry, he has prospered alongside the other deportees who make up 60% of the work force at Call Center Services International (CCSI).

What Your Agents Should Know About Communications in Health Care Collections

Debt collectors who collect medical debt must be sure they understand the difference between what information is permitted to be disclosed under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and what is permitted under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule. The HIPAA Privacy Rule allows disclosure of protected health information (PHI) to third parties, if necessary. This does not allow a debt collector to disclose any information concerning the debt to these parties unless also permitted by the FDCPA. These two bodies of law do not conflict; however, they do not expand each other either.