Origins of Outreachfirst
Outreach Integrated Services P. Ltd (Outreach First) was founded by Mr. Sanjay Jain and his childhood school friend. The BPO sector was a sunrise industry at that time. We incorporated with the objective of providing the best outsourcing services, call center, human resource outsourcing and payroll management solution to top companies.
Initially, we started with domestic clients and Hutch (now Vodafone) was our first client. Later we served a large number of domestic clients with our quality services. In a journey of over more than one and a half decade, we have proved our credentials as quality services providers.
We have also worked for Aviva Life Insurance which was the fixed seat assignment. The list of our achievements also includes a 3-day seminar on e-governance which was successfully organized by the team of Outreach First. The event was attended by then Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia. We managed 3-month long campaign and successfully launched Bajaj CT 100. Now the list of clients includes Airtel, Vodafone, IDEA, Reliance, TATA telecom, and other big companies.
Our Value System:
We never make a false commitment with telling all fantasy things to our employees. We do provide a learning environment where they can enhance their overall skills and advance their future growth.
The quality of human resource has made us a leading BPO in Rajasthan. We never rely on HR Managers to take the final interviews of new employees. Mr. Sanjay Jain and other co-founder use to take final interviews and brought young minds to the organization. In the span of over 14 years, more than 35,000 employees come and gone but we never compromise with the human resource quality.
Work for Society:
We are not only money oriented but also works for society’s welfare. We managed one year long free of cost fundraising campaign for ActionAid. We took donations from numerous businesses to support in Emergencies & humanitarian aid.
Trusteeship of Gandhi Ji
“Supposing I have come by a fair amount of wealth – Either by way of legacy, or by means of trade and industry – I must know that all that wealth doesn’t belong to me; What belongs to me is the right to an honorable livelihood, no better than that enjoyed by millions of others. The Rest of my wealth belongs to the community and must be used for the welfare of the community.”