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Added by Niyamath Parveez on July 29, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments
We have been tracking the emerging concept of “Rural BPOs” in India with great interest in the past. In the continuation to the same series, we interviewed Mr. Bongu Bharat, Head HR of SourcePilani , a Rajasthan based Rural BPO. In case you are wondering what makes it part 2, this is the second company in that series after Source for change . Below are the…Continue
Added by BPO Voice on July 29, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments
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Philippine Outsourcing Growth: Real or Just Numbers? - Outsourcing Insider
Multisourcing: Don't put all your eggs in the same basket - Magdalena Szarafin…
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Sri Lanka is relatively a new kid on the block in the IT BPO industry. BPO Voice had a detailed conversation with Mr. Madu Ratnayake, General Secretary, SLASSCOM on various issues including the post conflict business scenario, upcoming challenges and various initiatives taken by them. Here are the excerpts :
Tell us something about the Sri Lankan IT BPO industry?
Sri Lanka has a vibrant young IT-BPO industry which is poised for rapid…
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Added by Saurav Kumar on July 16, 2009 at 1:08pm — No Comments
BPO Voice talked to Mr. Anil Bhavnani who is currently working with a Pharma Major as Director BPO and India Site Leader about his views and opinions on the upcoming changes within the BPO industry and the road ahead.
Added by BPO Voice on July 16, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments
It is my estimation that, unless one’s involvement is peripheral, nobody survives a war; the people who come out the other side are not those who went in. Oh, I know, we all change, every day, and each morning emerge from our cocoon of sleep a different person, to confront an unutterably alien face, and any illness, and all shocks, age and change us by their given degrees… yet when an illness is past or the shock faded, we rejoin, more or less, the same society that we left, and…Continue
Added by Guy Kirkwood on July 15, 2009 at 8:36pm — No Comments
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BPO Voice talked to Mr. Andrew Hallam, founding member and President of Aspire - the Association of IT and Business Process Services Companies in Poland about his views and opinion on the various trends and challenges for Poland as one of the upcoming destination for the outsourcing industry.
Added by Magdalena Szarafin on July 6, 2009 at 4:00am — No Comments