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MENAFN Press - 19/01/2014
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Ricardo Langwieder-GörnerCEOSilah
(MENAFN Press) Bahrain-headquartered Silah Gulf (Silah), a multi-award winning contact centre and business process outsourcing (BPO) company, has recently participated at the 8th Middle East Government and Business Customer Care Excellence Awards organised by the Middle East Excellence Awards Institute in Dubai

Silah's participation focused on a speaking opportunity at the event which focused on "Best Practices in Outsourcing Customer Service in the GCC region." As a company that has consistently emphasised on implementing globally recognised best practices through all its verticals and functions Silah CEO, Ricardo Langwieder-Grner spoke in detail about the practices implemented by Silah as well as his earlier experiences in Europe and the rest of the world

Speaking on the subject Ricardo said, "The outsourcing industry in the Gulf region is still at its nascent stage with many opportunities and challenges that need to be explored and overcome not just by one organisation, but collectively as an industry. To attain or even aspire for excellence in Customer Care in business as well as government organisations, it is most important that organisations first realise the implications of implementing best practices in day-to-day functioning. Once an organistion has successfully imbibed these practices in its cultural fabric, it will be one step closer in becoming a trusted partner for its target audiences."

The Middle East Excellence Awards Institute, for the past 20 years, has been focusing on the merits of excellence and honouring the best practices, outstanding and excellent contribution of leaders and organizations for their commitment in the pursuit of leadership, excellence, innovation, in Government and Business sectors and who have made significant difference to the growth and development of regional and global economy

Ricardo added, "It gives me great pleasure to be a key speaker at this most prestigious event and for being given this platform to share my experiences of the industry. Silah has always tried to make Best Practices an integral part of its operations thereby aiming to achieve Silah's vision for international growth and leadership position in the region."

Silah Gulf (Silah), is a premium, multi-award winning customer service solutions provider headquartered in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Silah was launched in 2009 as a Joint Venture in the Middle East region by UK based Merchants and Bahrain's eGovernment Authority and has operations in Bahrain, Kuwait and the UAE

About Silah
Silah Gulf (Silah), is a premium, multi-award winning customer service solutions provider, headquartered in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Silah was launched in 2009 as a Joint Venture in the Middle East region by UK based Merchants and Bahrain's eGovernment Authority and has operations in Bahrain, Kuwait and the UAE. Silah Gulf integrates Customer Service Operations, Consultancy, Academy and Technology platforms to deliver immediate results and create exceptional customer experiences for their clients.Working as a strategic partner with clients to transforming their customer service operations and taking them to the next level, Silah Gulf is passionate about their people and take pride in what they do. Their ability to attract the best talent, coupled with a rich history of success and innovation across different industries including Telecom, Financial Services, Travel and Tourism, Retail and Government is what differentiates Silah Gulf in their industry.



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