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Voice calls making a comeback, says Globe

After a steady decline, telecommunications firm Globe Telecom reported on Monday, Jan. 14, that voice calls appear to be making a comeback, noting that voice traffic surged almost double this Christmas season.

IMI to exhibit automotive solutions in Japan confab

Ayala-owned IMI said it will be exhibiting manufacturing solutions, which includes those for the automotive market, at the Internepcon Japan trade show on January 16 to 18, 2013, in Tokyo, Japan.

New Canon plant in PH to hire 5,000 workers

In January last year, Canon announced that it was investing six billion yen to put up a plant at the First Philippine Industrial Park in Batangas. The facility, which will start operating in April 2013, will manufacture laser printers, accessories, and parts of Canon cameras and other products.

BPAP renews tie-up with India?s Nasscom

FRIENDLY RIVALS. Jose Mari Mercado of the Business Processing Association of the Philippines (right) and Ameet Nivsarkar of Nasscom seal the deal in the presence of Vice President Jejomar Binay at The Oberoi, Zakir Hussain Marg in New Delhi, India.

Globe, Smart spar on bragging rights over first LTE phone in PH

Bitter rivals Globe Telecom and Smart Communications again issued separate press statements over the weekend, each claiming the first LTE handset offering in the country.

Japan’s NTT acquires majority control of call center builder DTSI

NTT Communications Corporations announced on Thursday, May 24, that it has bought a 50.1% stake in Freedom Resources Holdings Corporation, the holding company of the DTSI Group.

30 BPO firms in PH generating billions in revenues

At least 30 business process outsourcing (BPO) companies in the Philippines are generating between P1 billion to P17 billion in annual revenues, according to Pasig City Rep. Roman Romulo.

‘Big 4’ US banks now in PH with new Bank of America BPO unit

Bank of America Corp. (BA), the second-largest US-based financial holding company with global assets of $2.13 trillion, has directly outsourced its business support activities to the Philippines via a newly formed non-bank subsidiary.

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