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2013 Cadillac XTS

2013 Cadillac is hot in the press now. At 204 inches in length the XTS is one big sedan and its 111 wheelbase enables comfort and safety for up to five passengers. The new XTS have 40 inches of rear seat leg room 4 inches more than the BMW 5 series and two more inches than the Audi A6. The XTS also have a big capacity of storage than the Audi A8L. The XTS have platinum trims with 20 inch alloy rims..

Jaguar C-X16

Today at a very private and special event in Los Angeles, The Jaguar presented an updated version of the Jaugar C-X16. It is now coat of pearl white paint. The Jaguar Design chief Lan Callum confirmed that a version of the C-X16 would be put into production.

2012 Toyota Yaris

The All New Toyota 2012 Yaris (Vitz) is a four door family coupe available in L3-door MT to the 5 door AT and in 7 trims. The new Toyota Yaris have 106 HP engine that achieved 32 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the long HW. 5 speed manual transmission with overdrive is standard the L3 door MT is equipped with a standard 1.5 liter I4..

2012 Honda Accord

The New Honda Accord 2012 Upcoming is hot in the news now. Honda Accord is always great vehicle from Honda's Auto Industry we're not really know about its all features but a short review is here for you. Because it's not released in the market..

Honda Civic 2012

So here we are with new honda civic 2012. In Dec 2012 the Honda was released a sketch of new Civic 2012 but now Honda released a pricing information of this new car and featuring information. The first thing we notice that Civic have slightly new exterior Honda wants the new model to be instantly recognized as a Civic. But its exterior is bland..

Friday, February 26, 2010

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

Let’s face it—the latest trend of sleek-lined crossovers is here to stay, and we can look forward to more and more manufacturers creating new vehicles based on this larger design ethos. (See what you’ve done, BMW X6?) So Honda, known for game-changing products, was certain to remind us that the brand new Accord Crosstour had been in the works for many years. “We had been planning this one since before anyone even saw the X6,” we were assured by one executive. When we asked if the Crosstour was in any way developed alongside the recently released Acura ZDX, we were told that the two vehicles have nothing in common with one another. In fact, Honda pointed out that while the ZDX was designed and engineered in America, the Crosstour is, for the most part, the fruit of Japanese labor.
But is it unique? Aside from the styling, there isn’t a whole lot of newness to this car. As the vehicle’s name suggests, the Crosstour is based on the trusty Accord sedan, and instead of dropping the Accord name, Honda left it in place to build better familiarity within its consumer base. Truth be told, about 60 percent of the Crosstour is made up of standard Accord parts, and Honda won’t shy away from telling anyone and everyone that the Crosstour is an extension of the Accord lineup. The automaker wants consumers to view this vehicle as a more premium version of the Accord, but one that offers the space and functionality of a crossover. While this all makes a whole lot of sense in concept, the final product is a bit of an odd duck.

What Honda has created here is a vehicle that is relatively good to drive and has a lot of sedan-like road-going characteristics, but doesn’t make a whole lot of sense as a crossover. The Crosstour’s good-to-drive-ness does give it an edge over more un-involving vehicles like the Venza or Murano, though it’s a little hard to see how it might capture customers from those stalwarts, to say nothing of its own brothers. As a crossover, this vehicle has an odd fit into Honda’s product line. To wit, the CR-V is only four-tenths of an inch taller than the Crosstour and it rides on a much shorter wheelbase, and yet it boasts 21.6 more cubic feet of storage space behind the front seats. What’s more, the CR-V offers more headroom and legroom for front passengers, and more legroom in the second row. And price? A fully loaded CR-V with all-wheel drive is only about $1000 more than a base, front-drive Crosstour. Doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to us.
That said, a majorly redeeming quality of the Crosstour is how good it is to drive. The only powertrain available is the Accord-sourced 3.5-liter V-6, which produces 271 horsepower and 254 pound-feet of torque, mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. Curiously, no four-cylinder engine is available, though engineers explained that putting a four-pot mill in the Crosstour only netted one extra mile per gallon, so they opted to only offer a V-6. Still, a four-cylinder version could have lowered the car’s starting MSRP. Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is optional, but Honda only expects a small margin of all Crosstour sales to have power routed to all four wheels. (Don’t expect to see all-wheel drive making its way into the Accord sedan anytime soon, either.) Our front-drive test car felt peppy while being tossed along back roads, but was subject to a bit of body roll and understeer in the corners.

 We mostly attribute this to the skinny eighteen-inch rubber that higher-level Crosstours are equipped with; the Toyota Venza and Ford Flex are much more competent through the bends, mostly due to their wider tracks and beefier tires. The Crosstour does, however, benefit from cornering shift control, which holds the selected gear through a turn to eliminate the transmission’s tendency to change gears. This allows for a much more linear acceleration feel upon exiting a turn without needing to downshift to a lower gear to achieve max power. It’s smooth, too—something that we can appreciate in a vehicle that isn’t meant to be a nimble sports car. Since most of the Crosstour’s underpinnings are Accord stock, we weren’t surprised to experience crisp turning and lots of driver feedback through the steering wheel. Larger brakes have been fitted at all four corners to account for the added weight of the crossover versus the sedan, and they are appreciated.



So while the Crosstour is relatively good to drive and may do the job of a crossover rather well, it just doesn’t make sense as a Honda. The automaker will now find this vehicle competing head-on against its CR-V, Pilot, and Accord, and because its only unique aspect—the styling—isn’t a huge success, we can’t see it exactly flying off of dealer lots. If consumers judge this book by its cover, the Crosstour won’t be terribly appealing. Too bad really, as it’s a CUV that would be a better-than-most choice for enthusiast drivers. We can only hope that the Crosstour’s strong road manners are enough to win over the consumer set.

Source:-thecarconnection.com

Honda Insight 2010

Honda Insight 2010

Honda’s new Insight borrows from many points, parts and places in the company’s past in the search for the highest possible real-world fuel economy. You won’t be saving the world for multiple generations of gorgeous creatures such as yourself, but you’ll feel good about trying. And since you already look good, feeling good becomes the #1 issue. Well, maybe doing good is up there, too.

Honda has one of the longest histories in Automobiledom of making conscious big product decisions in favor of better efficiency. Having started on two wheels, company founder Soichiro Honda pushed his engineers to perfect four-stroke bike engines when the world was mostly wedded to gas- and oil- consuming two-strokers. This set the tone for years.

In late 1999, Honda issued its first Insight. It was the first gas-electric hybrid actually sold in the U.S. market and the most fuel efficient car sold in the U.S. at the time. It only sat two people and looked akin to an elongated egg; both factors limited its appeal. After a brief hiatus, Honda has resurrected the Insight as a larger vehicle with styling that is more inline with its primary competitor, the Toyota Prius. We spent some time with the 2010 Honda Insight recently.

Despite the mileage hullabaloo about hybrids and all the intricate engineering details to make as light a car as possible, everything is moot if the car doesn’t perform as it should. If the singer can’t cut the track, but looks pretty good, even the most narcissist fan would boo the hag offstage. In this regard, the 2010 Insight plays the part well. In careful city-only driving, it returned 42.1 mpg. Dedicated highway driving saw 47.8 mpg and the overall combined during the whole test period netted 43.4. On official ratings of 40/43, that’s exceptional.
Brush up on your speechifying, too. As you acclimate to hypermiling in the Insight and learn to drive most efficiently, the center instrument display doles out awards based on your ability to extract the best mileage from the Insight. Leaves and wreaths denote your level of Efficiency Royalty. Maybe Honda’s next generation system will use Oscar statues.

If you’ve driven a Prius or other Toyota hybrid, the Honda’s operation feels a bit different. While we never witnessed it doing so, the system can propel the car on electricity alone. We did witness the engine stopping under braking once below a certain speed (roughly 5 mph) and when stationary. So, put simply, where the Toyota’s system can propel the car using electric power alone, the Insight’s 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine seems to always propel the car, though assisted by the electric motor when additional power is called for. You can opt for a high(er)-efficiency mode by pushing the ECON button on the dash, which dials back the response rate of the throttle, lowers the rev range in which the CVT operates, adjusts air conditioning and cruise control parameters and lengthens engine-stop duration at traffic lights during idle time.

Starting at a base price of $20,510 including destination, the Insight undercuts the newly-redesigned 2010 Prius by $2,240, the latter’s base price being $22,750, including destination. That’s a significant 10% in a sector that’s getting more competitive. Toyota’s 2010 Prius line-up was introduced with lower pricing than the predecessor model, which means one big thing. The hybrid/hyper-economy car segment has been heating up for some time and appears only to get hotter as we head through the summer and fall.

SOurce:-gaywheels.com

Sunday, February 14, 2010

2010 Chevrolet Corvette

2010 Chevrolet Corvette 



The 2010 Chevrolet Corvette is one of those cars whose reputation precedes it, and in this case the reputation unfortunately involves silver-haired Vegas types, gold chains, chrome wheels and automatic transmissions. But truth be told, the only thing about the 'Vette that fits with this picture is its lackluster interior.

Trust us: Driving is believing when it comes to this American icon. Even a short stint behind the wheel will revolutionize your thinking. The Corvette is silly fast in any form, it sticks to the road and it's more pleasant as a daily driver than anything this capable has a right to be.
For 2010 there are even more reasons to sing the Chevy Corvette's praises. Launch control is now standard on all manual-transmission models, a feature that will come in handy for taking the guesswork out of eking out the best acceleration times. The new Grand Sport edition -- an improvement on the discontinued Z51 performance package -- pairs the base engine with unique exterior styling cues; a sport-tuned suspension; Z06-size wheels, tires and brakes; more aggressive gearing; and a dry-sump oiling system for models fitted with the manual transmission.
For the ZR1, Chevy has added a sophisticated Performance Traction Management system that allows drivers to select from five modes (Wet, Dry, Sport with Active Handling, Sport without Active Handling, Race) that optimize power delivery for specific conditions.
One Corvette feature that hasn't changed is its power ratings, which range from the ridiculous to the completely absurd. Even the base 6.2-liter V8 cranks out 430 horsepower. But the Corvette does have some competition that didn't exist even a couple years ago. BMW's sweet-handling M3, for instance, has a starting price that's not too far above the Vette's and provides a far nicer interior. Ford's Shelby GT500 is also much improved this year.
As for the more expensive Corvettes, one shopping for the Z06 could also consider the Nissan GT-R and Porsche's improved range of 2010 cars, including the Boxster S, Cayman S and base 911. The ZR1, meanwhile, is only a few grand shy of one of our favorite sports cars ever, the sublime Porsche 911 GT3.
Still, the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette is undeniably a lot of car for the money, and its honking V8 will bring a smile to its owner's face at every push of the engine start button. Dye your hair silver and don a gold chain if you must -- test-driving a Corvette is worth the effort.
The 2010 Chevrolet Corvette is a two-seater that's available as a coupe with a removable roof panel (base and GS only), a fixed-roof coupe or a convertible. Trim levels include the base Corvette (1LT), Grand Sport (GS), Z06 and ZR1. Like previous Corvette roadsters, the current convertible features a hideaway top, and for 2010 it features a Z06-style rear spoiler.
Standard on the 1LT coupe and convertible are 18-inch front alloy wheels and 19-inch rears, xenon headlamps, cruise control, keyless ignition/entry, full power accessories, OnStar, leather seating, a six-way power driver seat, a manual tilt steering wheel and dual-zone automatic climate control. The standard seven-speaker audio system includes a CD/MP3 player, satellite radio, steering-wheel-mounted controls and an auxiliary audio jack.
The 2LT Package adds Bluetooth and perforated power leather sport seats with power-adjustable lumbar support and side bolsters. The convertible gets a power-operated top with the 2LT package. More equipment can be found on the 3LT, including a head-up display, a power telescoping steering column with manual tilting, heated seats, driver memory settings and a Bose audio system. The top-level Corvette 4LT is similar to the 3LT but adds an exclusive two-tone leather interior (with leather covering the dash top, the console storage cover and the more thickly padded armrests).
The GS is available as a coupe or convertible with the same four equipment packages but adds a sport-tuned suspension that replaces last year's Z51 suspension option; front fender stripes and vents; wider front and rear fenders; a Z06-style front splitter and tall rear spoiler; unique alloy wheels; Z06-size brakes and tires; specific manual-transmission gear ratios and a specific rear axle ratio on automatic-equipped models.
The coupe-only Z06 largely mirrors the base and GS models in terms of feature availability, but gains a race-inspired 7.0-liter V8, a fixed roof, more muscular rear fenders and other bodywork, a lighter frame and body panels, a stiffer suspension, big brakes, special seats and a unique tan-colored interior dubbed "Cashmere."
The top-of-the line ZR1 boasts a supercharged V8, even larger wheels (19-inch front, 20-inch rear), carbon-ceramic brakes, an exclusive suspension with adaptive dampers, and additional lightweight body panels, including a carbon-fiber roof panel and a carbon-fiber hood with a clear polycarbonate "window" that reveals the engine's intercooler.

Major stand-alone options, depending on the model, include a navigation system, a transparent roof panel for the coupe, a two-tone interior, a six-CD changer (not available with navigation), a dual-mode exhaust system and different wheels. For base Corvettes there is also an optional Magnetic Ride Control suspension that automatically stiffens and relaxes the suspension according to how the car is being driven.
Both the base and GS feature a 6.2-liter V8 that cranks out 430 hp and 424 pound-feet of torque. The optional dual-mode exhaust adds another 6 hp and 4 lb-ft. The Z06 boasts an exotic-class 505 hp and 470 lb-ft from its 7.0-liter V8, while the ZR1 has an otherworldly 638 hp and 604 lb-ft of torque pumping from its supercharged 6.2-liter V8. All 2010 Chevrolet Corvettes have a six-speed manual gearbox with launch control as standard, while a six-speed automatic with paddle shifters is a no-cost option for the base and GS models.
Regardless of which Corvette you choose, you'll get stunning performance. In our testing, a base coupe went from zero to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds. The Z06 will knock that down to 3.9 seconds. The ZR1 isn't much quicker to 60 mph (3.8 seconds) due to traction limitations but has a much quicker quarter-mile time.
EPA fuel economy estimates stand at a laudable 16 mpg city/26 mpg highway and 19 mpg combined for a manual-transmission Corvette. Opting for the automatic drops these numbers by 1 mpg. The Z06 checks in at 15/24/18 mpg, and the ZR1 garners a still-respectable 14/20/16 rating
Chevrolet has improved the current-generation Corvette's fit and finish since its debut, but overall interior quality still leaves something to be desired. Step out of an M3 or Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG and into a 'Vette and you'll likely notice disappointing trim pieces and controls.
The front seats are comfortable, but we've found them to be flimsy and deficient in terms of side bolstering. This issue isn't horrible in the base Corvette's price range, but up where the Z06 and ZR1 play, it becomes more relevant. On the bright side, the Vette's large gauges and remarkable cargo capacity (22 cubic feet in coupes and 11 cubes in the convertible) make it a sports car that's easy to live with on a day-to-day basis.

The 2010 Chevrolet Corvette's roaring V8s provide endless grins. The base car is extremely fast; the Z06, terrifyingly so. As for the ZR1, any car whose speed at the end of the quarter-mile approaches 130 mph is just in a different league -- the ballyhooed Nissan GT-R trails the ZR1 by a full 10 mph here. Top to bottom, the Corvette stable has enough broad-shouldered eight-cylinder force to satisfy even the most depraved speed fiend. Nor does this hamper drivability, as all Corvette models are pretty easy and comfortable to drive around town.
Aspersions are sometimes cast on the base Corvette's and Z06's steering feel, but few cars are more capable on a racetrack in the hands of an experienced driver. Moreover, if you really value delicate communication with your tires, the ZR1's extreme internal makeover has yielded just that. The Vette's brakes are strong and fade-free, especially the ZR1's carbon-ceramic binders, and grip from the enormous tires is, well, enormous. However, we'll dock the Chevy Corvette a point or two for its bulky feel in tight corners, a surprising shortcoming given its low curb weight (even the ZR1 weighs in at just 3,333 pounds).

Monday, February 8, 2010

McLaren F1

McLaren F1

McLaren F1 is the most powerful supercar produced by McLaren between the years 1994-1998, from the 100 cars: 65 are street versions, 5 are LMs (which was build to honor victory at Le Mans in 1995) and 3 are Gts (the road versions of the 1997 F1 GTR racing car) and 28 F1 GTR made for the roads.
The Chief Engineer Gordon Murroy`s concept refers to the use of expensive materials like: carbon, titanium, gold and for the first time, the use of carbon fiber monocoque chassis.

Power? Here is a good question, the car has the power output at 627 horsepower or has an imperial HP. The super car is powered by an 6 L V12 engine built by BMW, 627 HP at 7400 rmp, same as road car version

The car has a top speed of 386 km/h or 240 mph (very good speed for 1994) and can reach a speed of 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds, 200 km/h in 6.7 seconds and 300 km/h in 30 seconds. The McLaren F1 was the fastest car in the world until Bugatti Veyron was introduced.

Specifications
Vehicle Type: - production car, two doors coupe
Price: - $970,000
Configuration: - Mid Engine / RWD
Engine: - V12
Capacity: - 6064 cc
Torque: - 479 lb-ft at 4000 rmp
Horsepower: - 627 bhp at 7400 rpm
Transmission: - 6-speed manual
Wheelbase: - 107
Length: - 168.9 inches
Width: - 71.7 inches
Height: - 44.9 inches
Weight: - 2513 lbs
0-60 mph: - 3.2 sec
Top speed: - 240 mph

Source:-carslegend.blogspot.com

Porche Boxter 2010-2011

Porche Boxter 2010-2011

VEHICLE HIGHLIGHTS


The 2010 Porsche Boxster is largely unchanged. Boxster shares its basic design with Porsche's Cayman hatchback coupe. Like Cayman, Boxster has front and rear cargo compartments and horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engines. Boxster reprises its power-folding fabric top with heated-glass rear window. Trim levels include Base and sporty S. The Base version has a 255-horsepower 2.9-liter 6-cylinder, and the S reprises a 310-horsepower 3.4-liter 6-cylinder. Transmission choices include a 6-speed manual or 7-speed double clutch automatic. Available safety features include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, and front side airbags. Options include a navigation system and Porsche's Sport Chrono Package with a dashboard stopwatch and sensors that modify throttle, traction, and suspension systems to suit racetrack-type driving. Also optional is Porsche's Active Suspension Management with normal and sport settings. Heated and ventilated front seats and a wireless cell-phone link are optional. We have not yet tested the 2010 Porsche Boxster

COMPETITION


Consumer Guide Automotive places each vehicle into one of 18 classes based on size, price, and market position. Offering more power and style than typical Sporty/Performance vehicles, Premium Sporty/Performance Cars usually cost much more and have more comfort and convenience equipment. Two-passenger convertibles and four-seat coupes rule the roost in this class.

Our Best Buys are the Audi A5 and Chevrolet Corvette. Our Recommended pick is the Jaguar XK Series.

New or significantly redesigned models include the Audi A5 (convertible) and Porsche 911.


Soource:-carslegend.blogspot.com

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

2010 CADILLAC CTS


2010 CADILLAC CTS



VEHICLE HIGHLIGHTS


The 2010 Cadillac CTS lineup gains a wagon body style and a new base engine. CTS sedan and Sport Wagon come as the 3.0 model, with a new 270-hp 3.0-liter V6 engine. This replaces a 263-hp 3.6-liter V6. Both body styles also come as the 3.6, with a 304-hp 3.6-liter V6. A 6-speed manual transmission is standard on 3.0 sedans and is offered as a credit option on 3.6 sedans. A 6-speed automatic transmission is standard on all wagons and 3.6 sedans; it's optional on the 3.0 sedan. Rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive is available. The high-performance CTS-V is a rear-drive sedan powered by a supercharged version of the Chevrolet Corvette's 6.2-liter V8 engine. It produces 556 hp and is mated to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. The CTS-V comes standard with GM's Magnetic Ride Control suspension, which automatically adjusts firmness within two driver-selectable modes. GM also is offering its "Performance Traction Management" system on the CTS-V. This system is similar to GM's Stabilitrak antiskid system, but it is set to aid performance in spirited driving. The V also gets an upgraded interior that includes available Recaro-brand seats with 14-way adjustment and a suede-like microfiber wrap for the shift lever and steering wheel. Available safety features include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, curtain side airbags, and front side airbags. Available features include steering-linked headlamps and keyless entry and ignition. A navigation system is standard on the CTS-V, optional otherwise.

COMPETITION


Cars Legend places each vehicle into one of 18 classes based on size, price, and market position. Premium Midsize Cars sport interior dimensions similar to Midsize Cars. Premium Midsize Cars offer more luxury, performance, and prestige when compared to Midsize Cars.


Our Best Buys include the Cadillac CTS, Infiniti G37, Jaguar XF, and Volkswagen CC. Our Recommended picks are the Audi A6, Lexus ES 350, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, and Volvo V70.


New or significantly redesigned models include the BMW 5-Series (Gran Turismo), Infiniti G37 (coupe and sedan), Lexus ES 350, Lincoln MKZ, and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The Cadillac CTS gains a 4-door wagon body style for 2010.

Source:-carslegend.blogspot.com

Job for Core Network Engineer


Job for Core Network Engineer

Location Islamabad,Lahore,Karachi,Pakistan
Company Netkom

Jobs Description

Software commissioning, Hardware Installation of Core Products involving Media Gateways, Softswitches

Required Skills

Must have strong concepts of MSC,HLR, Media Gateways, Softswitches. Must be willing to work throughout pakistan.

CategoryEngineering
Job TypeFull-Time
Shift TimingsOn Rotation
Requires TravelingYes
Career LevelExperienced (Non-Managerial)
Number Of Vacancies10
Required QualificationBachelors
Required Experience1 year
SalaryDepends on experience
Required GenderAny
Posted onFEB 3,2010
Last DateFEB 28,2010
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Job for Hr Executive


Job for Hr Executive

Location Islamabad,Pakistan
Company Netkom

Jobs Description

To manage the HR,Pay rolls,inventory logs,manage documentation, Recruitment, Insurance, notifications

Required Skills

good interpersonal communications kill,hardworking, must be capable to maintain integrity

CategoryHuman Resources/Recruiting
Job TypeFull-Time
Shift TimingsMorning Shift
Requires TravelingNo
Career LevelEntry Level
Number Of Vacancies5
Required QualificationMBA
Required ExperienceNo Experience Required
SalaryDepends on experience
Required GenderAny
Posted onFEB 3,2010
Last DateFEB 28,2010
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Job for Admin Executive/Assistant/ Manager


Job for Admin Executive/Assistant/ Manager

Location Islamabad,Lahore,Multan,Karachi,Pakistan
Company Netkom

Jobs Description

Inventory management, logistics, office maintainence, procurement, transport, documentation, record management,

Required Skills

must have good interpersonal communication skill, hands on office, capable to handle web, must keep integrity and hardworking

CategoryAdministrative and Support Services
Job TypeFull-Time
Shift TimingsMorning Shift
Requires TravelingYes
Career LevelEntry Level
Number Of Vacancies5
Required QualificationHigher Secondary
Required ExperienceNo Experience Required
SalaryDepends on experience
Required GenderAny
Posted onFEB 3,2010
Last DateFEB 28,2010
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Job for Wireless Assistant/Manager

Job for Wireless Assistant/Manager
Location Islamabad,Lahore,Multan,Karachi,Pakistan
Company Netkom

Jobs Description

nationwide daily operations of BSS & MW involving hardware installation, Software commisioning & Acceptence,To manage resources and do levelling

Required Skills

must have sound knowledge of BSS,Microwave. knowledge of GSM, CDMA technologies.

CategoryEngineering
Job TypeFull-Time
Shift TimingsMorning Shift
Requires TravelingYes
Career LevelExperienced (Non-Managerial)
Number Of Vacancies5
Required QualificationAny
Required ExperienceNo Experience Required
SalaryDepends on experience
Required GenderAny
Posted onFEB 3,2010
Last DateFEB 28,2010

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Job for Call Center Agent


Job for Call Center Agent

Company Eplanet Communication
Location Karachi Pakistan

Jobs Description

Achieve Given Daily, Weekly Monthly Sales Target (0.5 Sales Per Day/9 Hour Shift) 2. Dial to normal consumers on the leads provided which are generated by people coming on our site and leaving there Name and Number for a representative to call back and answer any questions they might have and convince them to avail our Credit Repair Services basically sell it to them by using appropriate sales skills and the script provided 3. Follow-up key conversations to develop the customers' interest and get the sale closed4. Develop a list of warm call backs i.e. people who ask you to call back later to get personal details which are either at work or driving or not home and don't have their credit card, bank account details or SSN # details.5. Follow-up pending sales6. Maintain a Daily Sales Sheet for your own record 7. Provide customers the required information about our service and charges8. Recognize, document and alert the supervisor of trends in customer calls 9. Recommend process improvements and software improvements 10. Up-Sell products and services (If Any)11. Responsible to carry out all other duties as assigned by the Management. 

Required Skills

Fluent in English (Native Speaker), People with good accent highly recommended.

CategoryCustomer Service and Call Centre
Job TypeFull-Time
Shift TimingsNight Shift
Requires TravelingNo
Career LevelEntry Level
Number Of Vacancies10
Required QualificationAny
Required Experience2 years
Salary16000-20000 PKR
Required GenderAny
Posted onFEB 3,2010
Last DateFEB 10,2010
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Job for Associate Engineer


Job for Associate Engineer

Location Karachi,Pakistan
Company Snoopy Devices

Jobs Description

Survey Client Premises and Machinery. Design Erection and Maintenance Procedures. Documenting and Implementing Projects.Enforcement of Standards.

Required Skills

Research & Development.Communication in Urdu & English.

CategoryEngineering
Job TypeFull-Time
Shift TimingsMorning Shift
Requires TravelingYes
Career LevelEntry Level
Number Of Vacancies3
Required QualificationBE
Required ExperienceNo Experience Required
SalaryDepends on experience
Required GenderAny
Posted onFEB 3,2010
Last DateFEB 10,2010
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