Reduce costs and increase profits without compromise. All while accessing a deeper, wider talent pool.
When your offshore team cares about the outcomes of their work, they’ll work harder and commit to continuous improvement.
Reap the benefits of big-business infrastructure and proven best-practices without all the usual hassle and expenditure.
Its low living costs and first-class education system are just the beginning. See why the Philippines is the best offshoring destination.
When you partner with the strongest provider, you get the best outcome, and no hidden costs or unforeseen risks.
It’s your team. You have full visibility and control, without having to worry about facilities, operations and regulations.
Learn your offshoring options and explore the benefits of Managed Operations over less effective models.
As the largest managed operations offshoring provider in the Philippines, we’ve learned a lot. Here are some tips to ensure your success.
Offshore staffing has a bevy of benefits, not least the potential for up to 70% cost savings.
We make it easy and affordable for businesses to build their own full-time, dedicated teams in the Philippines.
Meet the team behind our successful journey to becoming the largest offshoring provider in the Philippines.
We have 8 locations in purpose-built hubs across the Philippines, giving you the best performance and talent pool possible.
8 state-of-the-art delivery centers, 2 careers centers, 4 prime locations, 21,931 square meters.
Since 2012, our organization has been certified according to ISO 9001 and ISO 27001.
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Outsourcing an entire department or division in your business can lead to major efficiency gains. For successful team structures, local market recruitment advice and suggested staff to leader ratios, select one of the common teams that can be easily outsourced to the Philippines below.
Outsourcing is a very versatile strategy suitable for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Below are common industries that have successfully implemented an offshore model. Get local insights relevant to your area of specialization, learn what others have done in your industry and leverage their experience.
A lot has been written about the Philippines freelance boom in recent times, so much so that the phenomenon has earned its own moniker. Article after article references the ‘Philippines gig economy’, a catch-all phrase that paints a picture of tech-savvy millennials embracing the freedom of being their own bosses and ticking off jobs for overseas clients when and where it best suits them.
The growth of the country’s freelance industry cannot be understated. On the back of a global pandemic that saw remote work barriers shattered, up to 1.5 million Filipinos are registered on international online platforms for freelancing services1 and the country is among the fastest-growing gig markets in the world2. In the words of Creative Economy Council of the Philippines President Paolo Mercado: “As Filipinos are renowned for their creativity, work ethic and customer service orientation, it is not surprising that more and more international businesses are willing to pay for Filipino talent.”3
Rarely has a truer word been spoken. Filipinos are excellent workers but in the rush to talk up the nation’s freelance market, too many people are failing to mention that not all is as it seems and, in turn, many onshore businesses are ending up frustrated, disillusioned and out of pocket.
There is a lot to like about offshoring – reduced costs, increased efficiencies, improved productivity – but there is a big difference between partnering with an established outsourcing provider and teaming with an independent freelancer. While the former comes with the checks and balances an onshore firm would expect of a professional organization, the latter exposes them to risks that too often result in tears.
With studies showing 75% of new freelancers joined the gig economy to achieve financial stability during COVID-194, there are now more than 1 billion freelancers in the world5 and, to be fair, many deliver what is asked of them. That said, there are clearly risks for businesses that choose to link directly with Filipino freelancers rather than have the peace of mind that comes from partnering with an outsourcing provider. Removing that middle layer undoubtedly opens up risks and too many companies only learn that after the damage has been done.
2023 is also shaping as the year the return-to-office debate could turn on its head. Discover why businesses need to be doing all they can to be employers of choice and playing hardball may not help their cause.
 Insight: Philippines Freelance Market 2022 Report identifies uphill trend of Filipino freelancers with overseas clients - adobo Magazine Online
 The Philippines Freelance Report 2022 (payoneer.com)
 1.5M Filipinos now freelancing overseas – Manila Bulletin (mb.com.ph)
 40 Gig Economy Statistics You Must Learn: 2023 Market Share & Data Analysis - Financesonline.com
 99+ Freelance Economy Statistics (2022) (parpera.com)
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