Strong Work Ethic

Filipinos are hardworking people. They always have the willingness to sacrifice their time to achieve or accomplish their goal.

They put more value on their projects to meet deadlines and have it done perfectly.

High percentage of university graduates. 

We believe in the saying,” Education is the key to success” that is why Filipino parents consider it as the most important gift they can pass on to their children. Most parents strive to send their children to universities because they truly believe that it will be a stepping stone for them to have a bright and successful future.  According to the Philippine’s Commission on Higher Education (CHED), in year 2013 alone, more than three million Filipinos enrolled in various colleges and universities in the country. These students are expected to graduate in 2018

Government support for the industry

The outsourcing industry is recognised as one of the great contributors to the economic growth that the Philippines has been enjoying in recent years. As a result, the Philippine government strives to push forth policies and initiatives that provide support for the industry, such as improvements in infrastructure, government incentives, and tax exemptions for investors.

Massively reduced overhead costs

In the Philippines, the savings you make on wages are further compounded when you consider how current building and infrastructure costs can be reduced, such as office set up, I.T. infrastructure including computers, telecommunications, and insurances, etc.

When should I start outsourcing to the Philippines?

One – If your business is going through financial strain and you’re suffering from increasing overheads and labour costs.

Outsourcing will allow you to hire experienced professionals offshore at a fraction of the cost you are now paying. Combined with lower overheads such as rent, allowances, utilities, insurance and so on each week, the savings quickly add up. In addition, with quality offshoring through a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) provider, the time you spend on managing HR issues will be significantly reduced.

Two – If each member of your team has to juggle the work of two to three people because you can’t afford to hire people to specialise in these tasks.

This approach is hurting your business and your team. If you want to make the most of your team’s talent and raise overall performance, you need to allow them to specialise in doing what they’re good at. Outsource your back-office tasks and free up the talent and resources you need to focus on your core business that generates income.

Three – If a task or project does not fall within the core competencies of your business.

There are tasks that can be done better by a third party for the same – or sometimes, even lower – cost such as content writing, web development and design, digital marketing. For tasks that lie outside your expertise, outsourcing can significantly boost your efficiency.

Four – If you’re working IN, not ON, your business.

If you spend so much time focusing on your back office, you run out of time to step back and look at your business from the perspective of an owner. If you want your business to grow, you need to take control, plan for growth, and bust through road blocks that prevent most people from succeeding.

 

If you spend so much time focusing on your back office, you run out of time to step back and look at your business from the perspective of an owner. If you want your business to grow, you need to take control, plan for growth, and bust through road blocks that prevent most people from succeeding.

 

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