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Re: The Philippines: The New Outsourcing Hot Spot
Posted by: Assif Shameen 2006-09-24 20:05:43
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India's dramatic economic rise this decade, powered by its role as the back office of the world, has developing countries from Argentina to Vietnam scrambling for a piece of the action. With good reason: Researcher Gartner estimates offshore infotech and business-process outsourcing amounted to US$34 billion globally in 2005 and could double by 2007. The race is on in Eastern Europe, Latin America, China, and Southeast Asia to land jobs and economic growth.


Re: The Philippines: The New Outsourcing Hot Spot
Posted by: outsourcingph 2006-09-24 20:11:50 In reply to: Assif Shameen
There are plenty of Indian companies who are outsourcing their outsourcing to the Philippines. Apparently, the Indian accent is not working out too well in the call center arena. The Filipino's "California" accent is more desirable.

Re: The Philippines: The New Outsourcing Hot Spot
Posted by: paul110 2007-04-05 13:02:11 In reply to: outsourcingph
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