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24 Jan

(image by Jen and words by Stef)

DELL Rocks Eastwood City

On Jan. 25-27 from 6-9 p.m., Dell’s newest Contact Center takes Eastwood City by storm with a series of concerts featuring three of the hottest local bands today—Up Dharma Down, Orange and Lemons, and Rivermaya. The concerts coincide with DELL’s recruitment efforts as they expand their operations in the Philippines with a second site in Eastwood City’s cyber/commercial complex (their first center is in Mall of Asia).

Dell has been placing high value on making computers accessible to customers around the world—including businesses, institutional organizations and individuals—for more than two decades. Because of Dell’s direct model, technology is more accessible and affordable. With more than 75,000 employees worldwide, Dell operates in more than 50 countries. This global reach means that Dell’s direct approach is relevant across the board—all product lines, regions and customer segments.

Don’t mistake Dell’s Customer Contact Centers for call centers. Dell has a penchant for finding the best talent in the customer support industry. It offers vast career growth opportunities for its employees and a chance to make a real difference to themselves and to the world. It’s called the Total Value of working at Dell.

Interested applicants are encouraged to bring their resumes to one of the recruitment booths around the Eastwood Center Plaza during the concert. You can rock out to the music of Up Dharma Down, Orange and Lemons and Rivermaya while you’re at it, too.

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Posted by on January 24, 2007 in the ida chronicles


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