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May 2015

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Important facts to consider before selecting an outsourcing partner

Today the business world is outsourcing like never before. With the interconnectivity of the world through technology and with some of the ease of access for outsourcing services for most small businesses this is the strategy for keeping costs down and improving efficiency in many industries.

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May 2015

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Neutral accents: Key to Philippine dominance in the call center sector

When you find yourself on the phone speaking to a customer service representative, there is a high chance that you are speaking with an employee based thousands of miles away, either in India or the Philippines.

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May 2015

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How much does it cost to outsource to the Philippines?

The outsourcing cost in the Philippines varies based on each job function. For example , if you are looking to outsource your call center, the average cost for a customer service rep is $5.00/hour on the low end and $12.00/hour on the high end.

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May 2015

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Five collaboration tools for companies who outsource

With more and more business process outsourcing companies choosing to set up their operations in low-cost, high-quality locations such as the Philippines, there has been a growing reliance on collaboration tools to improve processes and ultimately focus on more profitable decisions for business growth.

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May 2015

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Medical transcription Outsourcing and its Continued Growth in the Philippines

With its young, easy-to-train, and service-oriented workforce; and strong support from the public sector, the Philippines is poised to become one of the best destinations for medical transcription services in the world.

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May 2015

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Questions to ask yourself before outsourcing to the Philippines

Making the decision to outsource some of your business processes to another country can be a big deal for some, especially with the cost involved and time spent.

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May 2015

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Philippines FDI Rose by 70% in 2014, Says CB

The Philippines has once again proven itself as an investment destination in South East Asia. A recent report by the country’s Central Bank indicated an increase in Foreign Direct investments by 70% at the end of 2014, which roughly translates to around $6.2 billion.