Why the Philippines?
Globalization has transformed the Philippines into an outsourcing center for United States companies. Many of its social,
educational and governmental systems are patterned after those of the U.S., resulting in a seamless evolution of work product.
English is the official language of the Philippines and is the primary language utilized in schools. Filipinos generally have
a better command of American English than its Asian neighbors. There is an abundance of lawyers, CPAs, doctors, nurses,
computer engineers, MBAs and other professions that are immediately available for employment.
Infrastructure and technology is available in all major cities of the Philippines. There is redundancy in internet connectivity
and related technologies that guarantees reliability equal to that of most developed nations.
Cost of operations is significantly lower than in the United States. This results in a bottom line savings to American companies
without sacrificing on quality. Moreover, the time difference between the Philippines and the U.S. is conducive to a rapid
turnaround of work, frequently completed overnight.