Fluent Communication Goes Live!

22nd October 2014

Fluent Communication is pleased to announce that it has launched a brand new website.

The multi-channel contact centre, based in Sheffield City Centre, provides businesses with powerful and innovative ways to communicate with customers.The new website coincides with the company's re-brand and expansion into a number of new markets. The Fluent team specialises in lead generation, inbound customer contact and digital communication. The contact centre, built on next generation infrastructure has the capability to deliver fast and effective customer service via social media and other online platforms. Not only is Fluent offering bespoke customer contact solutions, the rapid expansion of the business means it's set to create 20 new jobs for local people by the end of 2014. Find out more about Fluent Communication and what services they can offer your business by visiting the website, emailing enquiries@fluentcommunication.co.uk or calling one of our consultants on 0114 303 0560.

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