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The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
The Philippines: The Next Leading Offshore Player
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1The Philippines: The Next Leading 23Why Outsource in the Philippines? The
Offshore Player. Almaris Ancin Leonie fastest growing outpost of the high-tech
Alexandre Caroline Curammeng Marques economy Accessible by air within 4 hours
Storr. of any Asian capital Gateway for
2A Geography Lesson. international shipping, air lanes Entry
3A Geography Lesson. point to the world’s largest market with
4A Geography Lesson. Consists of 7,108 over 2 billion people. Ranks high as a
islands off the southeast coast of the location for outsourced solution.
Asian mainland Total land area of 115,000 24Why Outsource in the Philippines?
square miles (roughly the size of Italy or Provides affordable quality human
Arizona). resource: skilled labor force of 29
5A Geography Lesson. Location is million literacy rate of 95% 3rd largest
strategic “Situated on the crossroads of English speaking nation
Asia’s commerce and transportation, it Customer-service-oriented workforce
plays a significant role in international High-quality, low cost labor.
affairs. It serves as a bastion of 25Why Outsource in the Philippines? “The
democracy and a convenient and vital link Philippines ranked 4th overall worldwide
between the two worlds – the East and the as the best source IT professionals.” - US
West.” - “Doing Business in the based Meta Group.
Philippines” by Price Waterhouse. 26Why Outsource in the Philippines? “The
6A Geography Lesson. 13 key regions. country was also rated ahead of it’s Asian
7A Geography Lesson. 13 key regions. neighbors for “excellent availability” of
Illocos: well-known beaches. skilled workers, reinforcing its goal to
8A Geography Lesson. 13 key regions. become an ITC hub in Asia.” “The
Illocos: well-known beaches. Central Philippines is the best kept secret in the
Visayas: emerging growth center. IT industry.” US based Meta Group.
9A Geography Lesson. 13 key regions. 27Why Outsource in the Philippines?
Illocos: well-known beaches. Central “We’re a very open economy, and our
Visayas: emerging growth center. culture is very well adapted to Western
10A Geography Lesson. 13 key regions. business practices.” Gloria Macapagal
Illocos: well-known beaches. Central Arroyo Philippines president.
Visayas: emerging growth center. Northern 28Risks Associated w/ the Philippines.
Capital Region (Metro-Manila) 1. Manila – Low awareness of the Philippines as an
capital city 2. Makati – major commercial offshore contender Lack of experienced
center 3. Kalookan City 4. Quezon City. operations management teams Migration of
11A Geography Lesson. 13 key regions. workers to the United States.
Illocos: well-known beaches. Central 29Risks Associated w/ the Philippines.
Visayas: emerging growth center. Northern Political instability Impeachment of
Capital Region (Metro-Manila) 1. Manila – President Joseph Estrada Terrorism small
capital city 2. Makati – major commercial militant Islamic group ties with Al Qaeda
center 3. Kalookan City 4. Quezon City. Shadows of India.
12A Brief History. The Philippines had 30Philippines vs. India.
social and economic ties to China dating 31Philippines vs. Vietnam.
back to the 9th century In the early 32Philippines vs. China.
1500’s, the Spanish started a 300-year 33Philippines vs. South Korea.
rule that left lasting impressions on the 34Philippines vs. Malaysia.
culture of the Philippines 1. Religion 2. 35AIGBPSI. Philamalife and AIG –
Cuisine 3. Language How are you? “?C?mo American General formed AIG Business
est?s?” “Kumusta?”. Processing Services in August 2002 150
13A Brief History. In 1898 America employees Estimated savings of 40% - 45%
acquired the Philippines from Spain The Intensive training on US Insurance
48-year “tutelage” resulted in important Industry, AIG-AG operations, procedures,
American contributions: 1. Development of systems, PC, communication and customer
strong Filipino leaders capable of running service skills.
an independent government 2. A system of 36AIG in the Philippines. People are
free education that emphasized democratic more familiar with American jargon and
traditions 3. Democratic elections 4. culture Western expatriates preferred
English as a predominant language The living in the Philippines The financial
Philippines gained independence in 1946. reporting and accounting standards aligned
14Effects of Colonialism. 1987 with U.S. standards Government provided
Constitution declared the Philippines a critical support through incentives such
democratic republican state with a as tax holidays Philamlife has been in
presidential form of government Government business for more than fifty years
consists of three branches: 1. Executive Deregulated telecom industry IT a big part
Branch – headed by President who appoints in education system.
cabinet 2. Legislative Branch – Senate and 37AIGBPSI - Quality. Gearing towards
House of Representatives 3. Judicial Quality Assurance Target Insurance
Branch – Supreme Court 4. Independent Functions: New Business: mail match, text
Agencies – Securities and Exchange encoding, data entry and requirements
Commission Many existing laws are based on management Post Sales Servicing: tile,
Spanish and American statutes 1. US model correspondence, premium, disbursements,
of government brings stability and a call center, claims Support Functions:
defined process for handling political index, return mail Licensing &
issues. Contracting.
15Effects of Colonialism. The combined 38Insights. Critical to have a strong
influence of the colonialists have made local partner Clear executive support and
the Philippines: 1. “One of the most employee communication required
westernized of any Asian country” - Philippines can be a global e-services hub
Stephanie Overby, CIO Magazine 2. The Filipinos are rich in talent and skill
oldest working democracy in Asia 3. Cost alone cannot be the single motivating
World-class English proficiency a. factor.
Third-largest English speaking country in 39Other Firms.
the world 4. Ranked the third-most 40Current Events in the Philippines.
educated nation in Asia by World Bank. Effects on the government Infrastructure?
16The Filipino People. Population 1. Emerging or diminishing.
76.5 million Language 1. Bilingual 2. 87 41Effects on the government. Defense
different Filipino dialects 3. American Secretary Angelo Reyes said he is used to
English is the basic language in schools, being a target but he recently resigned
government, business dealings, and due to the second government casualty of a
everyday conversation. military mutiny last month. He believes
17The Filipino People. Education 1. that the attacks on the government are
Patterned after the US system a. free efforts to undercut the Philippines'
public schools at elementary and secondary 17-year-old democracy and besmirch and
levels 2. “Filipinos have a deep regard divide the armed forces.
for education, which they view as a 42Effects on the government. According
primary avenue for upward social and to government statistics, the Philippines
economic mobility.” - Library of Congress has more than 1.8 million drug addicts and
3. 95% literacy rate Religion 1. 93% of 1.6 million recreational users of illicit
country is Christian (83% are Roman drugs. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
Catholics) a. The only predominantly wants police to launch a shame campaign
Christian country in Asia 2. Small against known drug pushers. She promised 1
minority of Muslims in southern Mindanao billion pesos, more than $18 million, to
(4%). fund the fight. .
18Famous Pinoys. Inventions: Two-way 43Infrastructure. Same Accounting
television telephone Airplane engine that Standards accepted by the US Majority of
runs on alcohol instead of aviation fuel 90 million citizens speak English Roughly
Fluorescent lamp Single chip video camera 350,00 Filipinos graduate from colleges
Karaoke machine. and universities each year Multiple
19The Philippine Economy. undersea cables to every region of the
20The Philippine Economy. Though the world.
economy suffered in the late 90’s as a 44Infrastructure Problems. It lacks the
result of the Asian Financial Crisis, size and scale of the Software Industry.
analysts are predicting future growth 1. Filipino companies also do not possess
With strong domestic consumption and major certifications such as SEI CMM.
improved exports, the Philippine economy These certifications would allow for the
is forecast to grow 4.5% in 2004 2. country to be more competitive in the
Services will have a higher growth rate market.
than other sectors 3. Imports will be 45Comparison Chart.
slower than exports 4. Inflation will 46Notes. Network World Boston Globe CIO
remain low at 4.5% The Negative side 1. Magazine E-Services Philippines Business
Fiscal deficit rose sharply to P212.7 Week Vertex Solutions Offshore IT
billion (US$4.07 billion) in 2002, or 5.4% outsourcing to Philippines A World of
of gross domestic product (GDP) 2. Outsourcing CIO-Asia Outsourcing
Unemployment remains high at 11.4% 3. Philippines Board of Investments.
Conflict in Mindanao has contributed to a 47Filipino Photo Album. Group 7 Vacation
loss of business confidence and has had a Pictures.
negative impact on economic growth, 48
investment and development prospects. 49
21The Philippine Economy. Historically a 50
protectionist, inward looking country is 51
now ranked by the World Bank as one of the 52
most deregulated countries in Asia Now 53
considered a liberalized, trade-oriented 54
economy. 55
22Market Assessment. Incentives 56
Relatively stable administration committed 57
to reforming economy Positive attitude 58
towards foreign investments Special 59
economic zones that make the country an 60
attractive base for manufacturing export 61
products Receptiveness of family-owned 62
corporations to joint ventures with 63
foreign firms Decline in tariffs and 64
import barriers English speaking, highly 65
trainable workforce. Drawbacks High cost 66
of nationwide distribution due to 67
archipelago geography and poor transport 68
infrastructure Local consumers’ relatively 69
limited purchasing power with more than 70
half of the country’s income flowing to 71
the richest 20% of population Relatively 72
high degree of wage control.
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