Sales executives are the key point of contact between an organisation and its clients: answering queries, offering advice and introducing new products. Their work includes: organising sales visits. demonstrating and presenting products. establishing new business.
Telecallers usually work at call centres either as marketing/sales agents or as customer care agents. Sales agents make calls to customers in order to sell their goods/services.
Customer Support Executive
Every individual has conversed with a customer support executive at some point of time or the other. A customer support executive is required to do a wide range of voice activities including taking calls, answering business enquiries, resolve issues and facilitate information.
A field officer collects data, often used for research purposes. Field officers conduct surveys for a wide array of industries, from anthropology to geography, marketing, advertising and social sciences.
A Manager is a person who manages or is in charge of something. Managers can control departments in companies, or guide the people who work for them. According to Henri Fayol, a French management theorist, managers must be able to do: planning.
An accountant is one of the main players in any business that he or she works for, whether it is a large corporation or a small business. The accountant monitors and records the flow of money through a business or organization.
It is the responsibility of the accountant to verify the accuracy of all money transactions and to make sure that all these transactions are legal and follow current guidelines.
A computer operator is the person responsible for monitoring and controlling computer systems especially mainframe computer systems in a company or organization. Responsibilities include troubleshooting software and hardware problems, monitoring batch processing, maintaining and improving system performance and online availability, maintaining all system and application documentation, and assisting personnel with computer problems.