A recent study by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) forecasts that the Philippines will continue to experience economic growth for 2015.
When it comes to managing a team that’s outsourced to a different country, it pays well to have a reliable set of collaboration tools at your disposal to keep your business and your outsourced talents working as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
If you think you’re finally ready to open your business up to a wider clientele over the internet but don’t know where to start, then you may consider outsourcing your social media marketing activities to the Philippines – a country with a very savvy social media culture that comes at a very cost efficient price point.
International real estate services firm Jones Lang Lasalle (JLL) has recently released a report entitled “Global City Commercial Attraction Index” in which it lists Manila as one of the top 30 megacities around the globe for 2014.
The internet has certainly changed the way employment is carried out. Businesses in the US are now able to tap into the rich talent pool of countries such as the Philippines, and by using different tools and technologies, employers are able to search, qualify and hire talent without ever leaving their offices.
Whether you're trying to grow your Facebook likes or moderate your social sites, the Philippines is among the top places in the world to outsource all your social media initiatives.
Since the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector first established its roots in the country, it has continuously played a key role in the development of the Philippine economy over the last several years.
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.
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.
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.