Posts tagged "philippines"

Philippines VS India: Which is the Better Outsourcing Destination? [Infographic]

Philippines VS India: Which is the Better Outsourcing Destination? [Infographic]

In recent years, the Philippines and India have been head-to-head in dominating the global BPO arena. Let’s look at some statistics in order to have a more objective view on the strengths and weaknesses of both premier destinations.

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Why is India Losing 70% of Call Center Business to the Philippines

Why is India Losing 70% of Call Center Business to the Philippines

India is losing 70% of its call center business to the Philippines and Eastern Europe. If this trend continues, India may lose up to $30 billion in foreign exchange revenue in the next decade unless it steps up to its competitors. Here are some reasons why.

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Manila Ranks Top 2 Outsourcing Destination in the World

Manila Ranks Top 2 Outsourcing Destination in the World

2014 is a great year for the Philippine Outsourcing industry. Tholons, a US-based strategic advisory firm for global outsourcing and investments, ranked Manila as the second best outsourcing destination in the world, with Bangalore still in the top spot for another year.

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Philippines’ Healthcare BPO Industry: 100,000 Employment Opportunities and $1 Billion Revenues By 2016

Philippines’ Healthcare BPO Industry: 100,000 Employment Opportunities and $1 Billion Revenues By 2016

By the end of 2016, the Healthcare Information Management (HIM) sector targets to achieve $1 billion in revenues and employment opportunities to 100,000 Filipinos.

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The Philippines set to take advantage of growth in the healthcare industry

The Philippines set to take advantage of growth in the healthcare industry

Despite the economic slowdown over the past five years, the healthcare industry has been able to maintain steady growth. This is especially true in the Philippines, where last year revenue derived from the outsourcing of healthcare and medical services to the country increased by 55 percent  to $430 million. And by the end of 2016 that number is expected to rise to more than $1 billion.

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