Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Philippine Outsourcing - Becoming a Better Place for Offshore Outsourcing
“Philippines as a country offers us a unique talent pool for outsourcing services in legal as well as design services,” says Joseph Sigelman, co-president of India-based OfficeTiger, which was acquired by U.S. printing services giant R.R. Donnelley in April. The company chose the Philippines as the springboard for its legal services outsourcing and expects to make Manila the main center for “pre-media” outsourcing work, including desktop publishing, composition, typesetting, and graphic design.
IT outsource to the Philippines by companies like AoV Outsourcing service, PI Outsource, AJK Consulting, MicroSourcing and numerous other BPO and KPO companies has been on the stream of economic issues not only in the country but mainly in the United States as well. Outsource to the Philippines is undeniably the factor that steers the growth of our economy. Apparently, there is no standard legitimate definition for outsource to the Philippines. But generally, outsourcing is the transfer of fractions of work to an outside service provider or suppliers to reduce the cost of expenses. This often result to more business opportunity
for companies. outsource to the Philippines has been continuously booming for the past years since the labour of our workers here are considerably cheaper than the services offered elsewhere.Since 2000, IT outsource to the Philippines have sprouted like mushrooms throughout major Philippine cities, including Iloilo's AoV Outsourcing service, Manila's Archangles IT, Clark's (the former US military base in Pampanga province) RCG-IT, Cebu's PODD Corp., Dumaguete' SPI and Davao's BHI Pro, catering largely to US firms seeking cheap labor to handle so-called "cyberservices", including customer care, back-office processing, data transcription and other information-technology-related services. The focus of IT outsource to the Philippines is to provide both your customers and the search engines with what they seeking, highly accessible information. The main 3 search engines, Google, Yahoo and MSN, are constantly refining and altering the algorithms that drive their engines to produce the most relevant and useful results.The Philippine Cyberservices Corridor is a plan that is being pursued by the government of the Philippines to create interconnected centers of technology-related services, that are spread out all over the country. Services include IT outsource to the Philippines, medical transcription, and the like. It is part of the ten-point agenda of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and is one of the five "super-regions" outlined in her 2006 State of the Nation Address.In 2005, the country employed about 100,000 BPO/KPO and customer care agents, with employment growing yearly. This growth is expected to accelerate by the completion of the corridor. It is estimated that 200,000 people are working in 120 BPO in the Philippines in 2006, and expected to bring in revenues of US$3.8 billion for the year. OverallComputer Technology Articles, Philippine BPO is forecasted to earn US$13 billion for the year 2010.
Posted by admin at Wednesday, January 28, 2009