Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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IBPAP appoints BPO veteran Celeste Ilagan as COO

Bringing more than 25 years of extensive experience, Celeste Ilagan has been a key figure in shaping policies and regulatory frameworks to bolster the Philippine IT-BPM sector.

BPO rebranding aims for $59-B revenues, 2.5M jobs by 2028

The IT-BPM Industry Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) has underscored the need to change public misperception of the industry as “just call centers”, citing the high demand for Filipino expertise in the medical, financial, data analytics, and other sectors beyond just business process outsourcing (BPO).

IT-BPM industry hits $35-B revenues in 2023, sees 2M headcount by 2025

IBPAP president and CEO Jack Madrid said he expects the industry to sustain its strong momentum with a target of $39 billion in revenue and 1.8 million jobs this year. By 2025, he said the industry anticipates generating 2 million jobs which would mark the milestone in the history of IT-BPM in the country.

Local IT-BPM sector posts manpower, revenue growth in 2023

The Philippine IT-BPM sector posted growth in headcount and revenue in 2023, surpassing the global industry’s performance, according to the IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP).

Business groups cite PH gov’t policies on data governance

The Joint Foreign Chambers of the Philippines, US-ASEAN Business Council, IT & Business Process Association of the Philippines, Asia Cloud Computing Association, and Asia Internet Coalition also cited the government’s efforts to champion the free-flow of data in the region.

PEZA, IBPAP intensify collaboration to attract foreign investments

As of 2022, there are a total of 1,582 IT-BPO industry activities registered in PEZA which generated a total of P337.593 billion investments, and 1,095,622 direct jobs. 

BPO, semicon industry groups keenly await ruling on VAT zero-rating

The industry groups-- IBPAP, SEIPI, and CONWEP-- said a solution has been promised by the end of the month which also coincides with the end of the first taxable quarter.

Local BPO industry exceeded 2022 targets, says IBPAP

IBPAP said the number of full-time employees (FTEs) in the country grew 8.4% or by 121,000 in 2022, bringing the industry’s total headcount to 1.57 million. The sector also recorded a growth of 10.3% in revenues to reach $32.5 billion in 2022.

YEARENDER | Local BPO sector on track for 2028 roadmap goal

The IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) recently reported that the total headcount of full-time employees in the local IT-BPM sector is now at 1.55 million with total revenue valued at $32 billion driven by industry-wide stabilization and reinvigorated support from the public sector.

IBPAP unveils 6-year growth forecast for PH tech sector

The IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) has unveiled its six-year industry growth forecast at the 14th International Innovation Summit (IIS).
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