The Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines is projected to reach revenues upwards of $50 billion in 2020. What started as an alternative to India for call centers has quickly transformed into a budding IT hub for some of the top technology companies in the world.


Labor costs in the Philippines remained among the most competitive in the ASEAN region, based on the Willis Towers Watson's Global 50 Remuneration Planning Report. Average white-collar salary is around $8,000 to $12,000 per capita, compared to China's $21,000.


A college program in Information Technology and related courses are universally available across all universities in the Philippines. There will never be a shortage of IT professionals in this youthful and tech-savvy country, trained to undertake the global need for IT skills.


With its historical affinity for the West, the Philippines developed and ratified English as its official second language. English is the primary medium of instruction for the country’s education system. Filipinos from all walks of life are capable of speaking English if needed.


Because of the meteoric rise of BPO in the Philippines, industries that may have otherwise remained stagnant posted excellent growths. Financial services, healthcare services, travel and tourism agencies, and even the mighty retail industry benefitted from the rise of BPO.

The Philippines’ BPO Industry

$50 billion

Projected revenue for 2020

1.5 million

Workers employed by BPO

289,819 sqm

BPO space take-up in 2018

12.3 %

BPO growth rate since 2017

Technology has changed the way we do business. Models and strategies that worked before the Internet ushered the world into an unprecedented level of connectivity may no longer be relevant in today's fast-paced transactions. Companies are starting to adopt changes bit by bit, as the market continues to evolve rapidly.

With this change comes new players in technological advancement, and the Philippines is a promising contender. Providing the best e-commerce services to help companies gain new customers, keep current customers, and turn them into loyal patrons for years to come is the main essence of the Philippines becoming a global hub for BPO. And we assure you: right now, no other country comes close.

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