Pursuing the Commitment to Better Outsourcing in PH

Last July 2020, Tahche Outsourcing Services, Inc. committed to supporting the business processing outsourcing industry in the Philippines with its membership with the IT and Business Process Association Philippines (IBPAP). As a member of IBPAP, Tahche can empower the industry workforce and provide outsourcing jobs for hundreds of highly skilled workers in the IT-BPM industry, participate in the implementation of laws and policies relevant in the business processing outsourcing space and in turn, collaborate with other members within and outside the industry to strengthen its supply chain network and access key research data and insights useful to growing its services and relationships with partners and investors.

Growing Beyond the Challenges

As the Philippine government continues to place major cities such as  Metro Manila and other cities in Luzon under Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine, anchoring laws are in place such as Administrative Order No. 18 which aims to prioritize development of special economic zones in the countryside and the Balik Probinsya, Bagong Pag-asa Program which seeks to increase economic activities in other regions by empowering local industries, social welfare, agricultural productivity, food security, health, employment and infrastructure. In support of these laws, IBPAP proposed the 2025 Digital Cities which is composed of 25 locations ideal business processing outsourcing activities and trade activities along with 7 centers for excellence and next wave cities. 

Bolstering Energy Supply and Telecommunication Lines

Energy and Telecommunications being primary necessities in producing more outsourcing jobs in the country, the Department of Communications and Technology (DICT) is currently executing the demand for a safer, secure and reliable ICT by setting up free wireless connections in public places such as hospitals and public transportation waiting areas to help respond to emergency situations and promote job opportunities for Filipinos.

Fully aware and equipped to help out the country, Tahche continues to open up outsourcing job opportunities for hiring proficient talent left untapped in the country and give relief to its surrounding communities heavily impacted by the pandemic. 

Tahche also plans to participate in the upcoming International Innovation Summit in November 2020 to work hand-in-hand with the government and other key industry players in the business processing outsourcing industry to develop new ideas and sustainable technology ideal for the growth of its employees and services. 

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