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Great Outcomes and Fifth Quadrant join forces across ANZ

15 Oct 12

Fifth Quadrant and Great Outcomes have announced a new business partnership has been agreed between the two companies.

Operating as an Australian Service Strategy and Analyst organisation, Fifth Quadrant will join forces with the Kiwi contact centre consultancy in a deal both hope will provide expertise in service strategy.

With both companies holding certification from the internationally recognised The Call Center School, they hope to deliver their full range of Executive education and training courses, creating the largest group of certified facilitators in this field across the region.

“We are very pleased to announce this partnership, Great Outcomes has built an excellent reputation and capability in New Zealand, particularly in new contact centre development," says Dr Catriona Wallace, Managing Director of Fifth Quadrant.

"This partnership will allow us to provide services we deliver in Australia to New Zealand based organisations.”

From Auckland, Giles Potter, Managing Director of Great Outcomes said:

“For New Zealand’s corporates and government agencies this now provides direct access in New Zealand to the first class strategy, research and optimisation resources from Fifth Quadrant.

"I am very excited about the improvement this brings to our capability in service strategy consulting, analyst services and service industry research.”

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