CONTACT CENTRE SERVICES

Public & Private Sector Business and Organisations

TTC deliver outsourced contact centre management services to businesses and organisations throughout the UK. We serve 320,000 clients on behalf of the UK’s most demanding organisations every year. We work with the general public directly, public sector organisations including Police Authorities and Government departments, and private sector businesses and organisations.

On behalf of businesses and organisations, TTC also manages employees and vehicles; delivering training to ensure regulatory compliance, achieved through efficient tracking and monitoring of resource and asset data. TTC experience together with our DriverProtect system provides a secure process to manage this crucial part of employer responsibilities. To learn more about TTC DriverProtect please visit our dedicated website.

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Our Services...

Managed Contact Centre Services...

Never one-size fits all. Choosing the right outsourcing partner is an important decision and not one to be taken lightly. TTC has more than 15 years’ experience of planning, transitioning, implementing and managing contact centre front, middle and back-office services.

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Market Expertise...

Public & Private Sector Business and Organisations

TTC deliver outsourced contact centre management services to businesses and organisations throughout the UK. We serve 320,000 clients on behalf of the UK’s most demanding organisations, every year.


The TTC Group, Improving communities on the road, in work and at home...



OVER
20+
YEARS
EXPERIENCE
1.3M
TRAINING HOURS
DELIVERED
EVERY YEAR
ANNUALLY OVER
330,000
CLIENTS RECEIVE
TRAINING
200+
TRAINING VENUES
ACROSS
THE UK

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17
Jul

Honour for TTC Group Chairman

TTC Group chairman Graham Wynn OBE has been honoured for his work on behalf of the community. He has been awarded the John Clayton Award 2017 in recognition of his outstanding individual contribution to life in Shropshire. It was really important that a business should be part of the community...