Next BPO Solutions is focused on helping you optimize your business processes. So much talk has been going on about outsourcing and how the Philippines is faring against other outsourcing destinations in the world. Hands down, the Philippines is the best outsourcing destination, and rightly so. It thrives with lots of skills and talents, some you can’t even easily find in other countries. Next BPO Solutions is located in Davao City, Philippines, currently among the top 100 outsourcing destination cities in the world, and also the top next wave city for outsourcing in the Philippines. You can never go wrong when outsourcing to the Philippines because when it comes to outsourcing, it is more efficient in the Philippines!
DAVAO CITY—An hour or two after midnight, the once obscure and dead-end street of Jose Abad Santos suddenly comes alive: Workers on the graveyard shift stream out of the Sutherland building and into the sari-sari stores lining the sodium-lighted street. They are on their “lunch break”.
Sutherland sits on a corner lot near where Jose Abad Santos meets Jacinto Extension on the side of the Central Bank—the street which, in its turn, crosses the busier Quirino street, where Sutherland opens its imposing façade on the other side.
New Zealand’s largest website development company ZEALD (www.zeald.com) has tapped Davao-based Next BPO Solutions, Inc. for the establishment of its offshore project support team here in Davao City.
DAVAO City's thriving information communication technology (ICT) sector got livelier with the recent launch of the massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) Erectus in the city.
Erectus is a game developed by Netherlands-based gaming company Maata Games and Davao City-based ICT-business process outsourcing (BPO) company Next BPO Solutions.
Davao, January 14 2015 – The Dutch company Maata Games BV is hosting a worldwide competition about its future online game Erectus™. The contest revolves around the designing and naming of one of the characters in the game. The winners will be offered a trip to Tokyo (Japan) or Arnhem (The Netherlands) to experience the game’s launch.