During the last few years, the customer service industry in Singapore has started to develop as more and more large companies decided to provide integrate a customer support department in their business. While a small number of companies prefer to provide these services themselves, the number of enterprises choosing to appeal to business process outsourcing (BPO) companies specialized in offering tailored services has risen. This is also why setting up a call center in Singapore has become a profitable business nowadays. Our advisers can help you open a company in Singapore as a call center.
Singapore companies operating in the BPO industry can provide one or more of the following services:
Also, the activities of a call center in Singapore can be separated into inbound (receiving phone calls, e-mails) and outbound (making phone calls). These companies can supply their services via telephone, e-mail, websites or chats which is why before setting up a call center in Singapore the founders must decide on the type of services they will provide in order to know what special licenses they will need.
Our company registration agents in Singapore can provide you with more information about applying for licenses when opening a call center in the city-state.
The company setup process is rather easy, as all one must do is to have the documents of incorporation prepared and filed with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority in Singapore (ACRA). In the case of foreign owners, a local representative must be appointed in order to complete the procedure. Apart from this, there are also special requirements when starting a call center business in Singapore, as the premises where the activity will be carried out must be approved by the Urban Redevelopment Authority.
The last step to take when opening a call center in Singapore is to apply for the appropriate license with the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore. Depending on the activities of the call center, the company can apply for one of the following licenses:
The company must also get acquainted with the IP Telephony Law in order to be able to offer support over the phone.