The Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) has cited enabling conditions in the country that makes it a competitive destination for outsourcing services.
In a press conference Wednesday, IBPAP Board of Trustees chairman Lito Tayag said the IT-BPO sector continues to thrive in the country with the enabling conditions here such as the availability of talents, infrastructure ecosystem, and stable regulation and statutory requirements.
Tayag said these enabling conditions should be sustained by the stakeholders — government, private sector, and the academe — to maintain the country’s competitiveness as outsourcing hub and to continue attracting investments and create jobs.
“As we move along, regardless whatever happens along the way, it is imperative for us to maintain these enabling conditions and ensure that they are there,” he said.
“Therefore, it is also important for us to continue to collaborate with all the sector stakeholders and our government in particular, in order for us to maintain these, in order for us to achieve and realize these aspirations for growth in the next six years,” he added.