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Wales Air Ambulance selects Unity4 to drive donor support

Best-practice telemarketing approach delivers increased donor revenue, promotes service Swansea, March 12th 2013 – Unity4, the global home agent contact centre outsourcer and technology provider, has been selected as the UK contact centre outsourcer of choice for the Wales Air Ambulance. This partnership comes at a pivotal time for WAA, having just celebrated its 12th [...]

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Unity4 UK poised for growth, Announces UK Office Relocation to Bridgnorth

New location better suits the needs of the rapidly growing business Sydney, December 10th 2012 – Unity4, Australia’s largest at-home contact centre outsourcer and technology provider, has today announced they have relocated their UK headquarters to the Old Grammar School, St Leonard’s Close, Bridgnorth. This new location offers room for further expansion for the company, [...]

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Unity4 launches new global corporate web site

Dan Turner, Global CEO of Unity4 is pleased to announce that Unity4’s new corporate web site went live on the 11th July 2012. Unity4 has expanded over the past year to encompass 4 divisions across Australia and the United Kingdom. The redesign brings Unity4’s outsourcing and technology divisions together with branding consistency and up to date company information.

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61 new telework partners sign on as NBN takes off

A further 61 organisations across Australia have signed up to promote telework and participate in National Telework Week, the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, announced today. “By embracing telework, organisations can free up their employees to work away from the office and with more flexible arrangements. Work is what [...]

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Unity4 announced as an initial partner in National Telework Week

Unity4 was today announced as an initial partner in the’ National Telework Week’ by the Minister for Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy.

Announcing Australia’s first National Telework Week that will be staged in November, Senator Conroy said the opportunities presented by increased telework were exciting for both employers and employees.

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Unity4 expands Surry Hills head office

Unity4, outsourced at home call centre and technology provider is expanding it’s Surry Hills office to help manage it’s rapid growth.

Despite the tough economic environment the Unity4 group has continued to grow strongly with company revenue up by over 25% last year.

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Unity4 Group enters UK market

Outsourcer Unity4 has launched in the UK through an IT licensing deal with health care provider Partizan International.

Partizan will deploy Unity4′s RapportCMS technology to drive patient support programs for the Eurozone. Many patients who are on prescription therapy require management to ensure they understand how to most effectively manage their disease state. Partizan International run programs for many of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, providing counselling and information for patients.

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Unity4 Finalist in The NEWS.com.au Green Awards 2008

The Unity4 Group has reduced carbon emissions by over 2,000 tonnes a year through empowering its 300+ staff to work from home. Not commuting to work enables its staff to spend more time with their families and save over $1,000,000 a year in fuel costs

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Skills shortage? No problem!

Thursday, 16 August 2007 The tighter the labour market, the more it pleases Daniel Turner. It only extends the competitive advantage of his Unity4 virtual call centre. By MIKE PRESTON. Daniel Turner may be the only business owner in Australia who can honestly say the skills shortage is his friend. In fact, Turner says, it [...]

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