Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Developer invites IT outsourcing firms to locate in Clark

PASIG CITY, Philippines -- A developer that has announced a 3,000-square-meter office space in the Clark Special Economic Zone, has invited outsourcing firms to consider locating in its facility.

Berthaphil Inc. representative Peter Herman said the property will start accepting occupants by the end of July.

This new facility is part of an IT office park the company is building on the former US base.

The developer said the 3,000-square-meter facility can be expanded in 500-square-meter increments as business expands, said Herman in a statement.

"This provides great flexibility for BPO service providers that need to be prepared to expand operations quickly in response to client demand," Herman said.

"We've provided a footprint that allows operators to add approximately 60 seats almost on demand, quickly and efficiently. That's an enormous benefit for both BPO contractors and shared services facility operators," he added.

Berthaphil said it was offering locators purpose-designed space for training and recruitment while facilities are being fitted out.

"We want our locators to have the resources they need to make their CSEZ operations successful from the start, so we make these facilities available to them. When the doors open to their new space, they can begin operations immediately, and immediately begin earning a return on their investment," Herman said.

The developer had developed an industrial park which is home to light manufacturers and semiconductor firms from Japan, Taiwan and the United States.

Herman said the plans call for the 14-hectare IT park to eventually offer outsourcing-ready space.

Berthaphil will develop almost 15 hectares of space in the CSEZ.

By Erwin Oliva - INQUIRER.net

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