by: Sarah Joson
Monday, February 27, 2012 | Outsourcing News |
Crisostomo said the organization is expecting an increase in earnings this year due to an escalation in demand for voice-based and non-voice processes by companies that are striving to remain competitive. Furthermore, he anticipates that the voice segment will grow and propel the country’s revenues. Also, most Filipinos are proficient in the English language, making the country a favoured outsourcing destination especially for call center work.
The non-voice segment is also predicted to grow due to an increase in the demand for high-end processes such as financial services or accounting, health services information management, and software development.
BPAP remains confident that the industry will reach its revenue goals. However, they are taking into account the pending bills in the US that urge firms to bring jobs back home.
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