Tahche Outsourcing Services Incorporated joined the IT-BPM Sector Fair on May 18, 2021. General Manager Amylene Sy represented Tahche as one of the IT BPM sector ambassadors.
The fair equipped fresh graduates, job seekers, and career shifters to become IT-BPM professionals.
Consequently, Russel Gonzales of Accenture, Mischelle Mateo of Infosys BPM Limited and Francisco Savellano of Everise joined the fair. The Department of Information and Communications Technology and Business Processing Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) organized the online fair.
IT BPM Sector Advice for Countryside Applicants
Sy gave professional tips to first time IT BPM applicants in the countryside. She mentioned that countryside applicants should have this mindset that they have equal footing with the rest of the candidates who have graduated from universities or have had other educational privileges. Also, she advised that applicants should have at least 5 top priority skills relevant to the job description.
Besides these, she stated that being true and honest are qualities that employers are looking for.
Sy also highlighted the “Star Approach” where applicants can explain their answers in a form of a story.”‘
Sy also advised on “Upskilling” for IT BPM professionals to match the current job requirements.
“The only way to thrive in the IT BPM sector is to learn a new skill,” said Sy.
Availing of free trainings online is one way to upskill. You may also pursue a Master degree to have an edge in the competition.
View the full discussion on DICT’s Facebook live feed.