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Infosys Walk-in Drive 2017 For Freshers/Exp As International Voice Process

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Job Info : Infosys Walk-in Drive 2017 scheduled for the role of International Voice Process Customer Service at Bangalore Office.The detailed eligibility and venue details are given in below.

Company Name : Infosys

Designation : International Voice Process Customer Service

Qualification : B.E/B.Tech/Any degree

Detailed Eligibility :

  • Any gradate /PG (Freshers 2017 batch with no backlogs)
  • Excellent communications skills (Written and spoken)
  • Willing to Work in 24/7 shifts
  • Willing to work for International voice process

Skills :

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Good PC skills.
  • Good customer convincing skills
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Problem solving and working through ambiguous situations
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Exceptional customer service skills

Job Description :

  • The Universal Agent is responsible for customers related queries. Provide basic Customer service. Universal Agent is also responsible for providing first class support for non-technical & account management inquiries and escalations coming from business customers.

Total No Of Posts : Multiple

Location : Bangalore

Experience : 0 – 3 years

Pay Scale : As Per Industry.

Selection Process : Selection will be based on Interview.

Important Dates : 8 December 2017 (Friday)

Interview Time : 10:30 AM till 04:00 PM

Venue :

Infosys BPO, #27
J.P.Nagar 3rd Phase,
Bannerghatta Road
Bangalore
(Landmark: Near Jayadeva Heart Hospital )

 

Company Profile

Infosys

Infosys was established by 7 engineers in Pune, India with an initial capital of $250 in 1981. It was registered as Infosys Consultants Private Limited on July 2, 1981. In 1983, it relocated its office to Bengaluru.

Name Change: The company changed its name to Infosys Technologies Private Limited in April 1992 and to Infosys Technologies Limited when it became a public limited company in June 1992. It was later renamed to Infosys Limited in June 2011.

Share listing:An initial public offer (IPO) in February 1993 with an offer price of ₹95 (equivalent to ₹480 or US$7.50 in 2016) per share against book value of ₹20 (equivalent to ₹100 or US$1.60 in 2016) per share. The Infosys IPO was under subscribed but it was “bailed out” by US investment bank Morgan Stanley which picked up 13% of equity at the offer price. Its shares were listed in stock exchanges in June 1993 with trading opening at ₹145 (equivalent to ₹740 or US$11 in 2016) per share.

Its shares were listed on NASDAQ in 1999 through ADR route. The share price surged to ₹8,100 (equivalent to ₹24,000 or US$380 in 2016) by 1999 making it the costliest share on the market at the time. At that time, Infosys was among the 20 biggest companies by market capitalization on the NASDAQ. The ADR listing was shifted from NASDAQ to NYSE Euronext to give its European investors better access to its stock.

Infosys, Bengaluru
Revenue growth: Its annual revenue touched US$ 100 million in 1999, US$1 billion in 2004 and US$10 billion in 2017.

Geographical expansion: In 2012, Infosys announced a new office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to service Harley-Davidson, being the 18th international office in the United States. Infosys hired 1,200 United States employees in 2011, and expanded the workforce by an additional 2,000 employees in 2012.

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