INCOMING Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez on Monday, June 20, challenged the business community to build with government a wide-reaching “coalitions for change” as the linchpin of an out-of-the-box, public-private partnership that would enable the country’s growth streak to continue and finally benefit the Filipino majority, most especially those on society’s fringes.
OSDC’s Corporate Profile
Outsourcing Services Delivery Center (OSDC) is owned and operated in the Philippines by Next BPO Solutions, Inc., as its service delivery and fulfillment arm, we come into the service engagement picture upon deployment of the company’s every outsourcing project. And as the service delivery and fulfillment arm for the company, we are tasked with the screening and recruitment of high-caliber talents that will be assigned as outsourced or dedicated staff for our clients.
We also aim to provide our client’s with customized outsourcing solutions that revolves around their needs so as to maximize efficiency and produce excellent results. We also aim to help them achieve their organization’s growth goals and objectives, and in doing so will create a long-term and satisfying career opportunities for our employees.
The idea for OSDC was conceived in order to further provide more customized outsourcing services for the clients of Next BPO Solutions, Inc. OSDC also provides the same services as Next BPO Solutions, Inc. with extra services that is needed by the clients.
Providing the Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) functions of Next BPO Solutions, OSDC is leveraging the available online technologies and its network in the BPO industry. Thus, its work is not really just limited to its Operations Center in Davao City, Philippines. It deploys highly talented and skilled personnel from all over the Philippines through its telecommuting technologies. The OSDC project personnel’s are located in various parts of the country as they don’t have to be on-site to be employed full-time by the company. That’s outsourcing in real sense removing the boundaries not only in terms of services but also in terms of full-time employment.
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