As a BPO service provider, Magellan Solutions understand that one must be on top of innovation.
We are aware that we must seek continual growth with our agents along with our business partners to stay relevant. Employees are being required to meet the expectation of learning new skills to be on the same level as the global market.
The main delivery models of BPO outsourcing in the country are captive centers and third-party outsourcing. Clients nowadays want a hybrid approach to outsourcing while still keeping work in-house. The spread of non-core work reduces the risk of information leakage.
The BPO industry continued its positive growth rate ever since 2016. Because of this, it was being expected for the income range to be US$ 40 to 55 billion by early 2021.
We are already at 1 million employees and still counting. As a result, the country is being projected to increase employment in the incoming few years. This puts the business as a priority by the Philippines Development Plan. Benefits are being mandated to keep the employee increase going.
For local industry sectors, the leading subsector is Call Centers. The Philippines has taken over India in leading the call center industry. We are then expected of having the largest contribution to the industry’s growth in future years.
University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) reported that call centers have a predicted growth rate. Yet, as 2021 begins, there might be a reduction. This is being speculated by Philippine Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas. It is because human voice sources will develop, in favor of computer-generated responses.
Foreign investors want to work only in Manila when they outsource to the Philippines. With shop set up considerations, they go over talents from provinces like Cebu, Davao, Dumaguete, Clarke, and Baguio. This has resulted in the rapid development of BPO Centers in such areas.
These rural areas are as capable of absorbing the skilled work the BPO industry is moving towards too. This proves how outsourcing in the Philippines opens a lot of opportunities.
Listed below are some of our outsourcing models that you may find helpful.
This is the most common delivery model associated with BPO in the Philippines. It is the transfer of tasks to an entity outside the organization. According to a study by the Everest Research Institute, outsourcing to an offshore IT vendor is more affordable. This is in comparison to establishing a captive unit owned by the company.
Suitable for companies looking for short-term cost savings on one-time or test projects of low to medium complexity. This model is ideal for projects with well-defined requirements. You may choose this if demand is irregular or when you are unable to hire full-time employees.
Clients that want a cost-effective alternative to in-house production often use an alternative. Dedicated offshore centers establish a team of local professionals. This team would be working full-time for the client.
Also called an offshore shared service. Captive centers are an in-house delivery model. The company owns some business process facilities in locations outside their main office. As a subsidiary, it allows the company to support lower-cost offshore resources. Meanwhile, they still maintain complete control over processes.
Today, captive centers have matured into a hybrid model. These models could represent from 15 to 20 percent of all work sent to offshore providers. At least 80% of the captive units in Manila along provide voice, back-office, and IT-related services. About half of captive units providing voice services are completely or owned by a U.S. company.
High-skilled jobs are being expected. This is as long as the workforce adapts and upgrades its skills.
Magellan Solutions offer training that adapts to your needs. We also guarantee quality service with skills that we hone and upgrade.
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