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Organizers Ready for Top PH Outsourcing Event

by: Ronald Escanlar

Thursday, March 31, 2011 | Outsourcing News |

International Outsourcing Summit Philippines

The International Outsourcing Summit, the Philippines’ top outsourcing event, is gearing up for its third year, to be held later this year from October 11 to 12 at Sofitel Philippine Plaza in Pasay City.

The industry group Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP) has renewed their contract with events organizing firm TeamAsia. This year’s summit will revolve around the theme “Global Market Leaders Addressing Global Issues.”

“The IT-BPO Road Map 2011-2016 identified key opportunities and risks for the Philippines to take advantage of the growth in the IT-BPO industry. Likewise, existing and emerging locators are on the road to successfully replicating the Philippines’ success, making competition in the industry fiercer, not only in terms of costs, but more importantly, in terms of labor provision and talent management, technology and service innovation, and specialization,” says BPAP senior executive director Gillian Joyce G. Virata.

“This year’s Summit reviews the Road Map and its implications on the Philippines’ position as the new leader in voice — and how it affects the even faster-growing non-voice segment for all locators,” Virata explains.

According to BPAP executive director for industry affairs Raymond Lacdao, the summit will focus on innovation and value creation. “The industry is moving up the value chain rapidly, and clients expect services providers to be their partners in enhancing value for their customers.”

Lacdao says that for this year, they expect to see around 400 executives from the IT-BPO and shared services sectors of 20 countries to participate in the summit’s exhibits, gala dinners, and site tours.


Source:
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