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Call centre proposed.

A number of ideas are in the works for the Kenora Municipal Telephone System phone company to help diversify Kenora's economy, one of which is a call centre that has the potential to create 200 jobs.

The company has given the go-ahead to the call centre, but some very sophisticated telecommunications equipment will be needed first, including a selective auto-dial system which would drop off when it connects to an answering machine or when there is no answer. Kenora Telephone would pick up the equipment and work stations and lease everything back to the call centre operator. The Thunder Bay company is currently researching available real estate in the Kenora area.
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Title Annotation:Kenora, Ontario
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1CONT
Date:Feb 1, 2001
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