Amdocs inducted into IT & Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP)

Amdocs inducted into IT & Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP)



17 Mar 2020

Amdocs inducted into IT & Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP)

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This induction sets the stage for Amdocs’ expansion in the Philippines’ high-tech industry

We were recently honored to be inducted into the IT & Business Process Association of the Philippines, the country’s enabling association for the information technology and business process management industry (IT-BPM). As a truly global organization, we look forward to this expansion of our presence in the Philippines high-tech industry.

It sets the stage for us to consolidate our footprint in the country as one of its top IT companies. As an IBPAP member, we look forward to collaborating with our new partners to help create superior offerings for the benefit of our customers and consumers alike in the Philippines, as well as impacting governance policy and legislation that drives industry development. We also intend to be fully active in the various key industry committees and to participate in industry initiatives, contributing our own vast expertise and thought leadership from our over 35 years servicing communications and media providers around the globe.

Founded in 2004, IBPAP serves as the one-stop information and advocacy gateway for the IT-BPM industry in the Philippines, playing a pivotal role in sustaining its growth. We took part in this year’s first quarter general membership meeting at the Makati Shangri-La, Manila, where we were officially welcomed, along with six other new members.

The organization assists investors and locators in setting up operations easily and quickly, including providing them with relevant research, introductions to key government and industry officials, as well as briefings for a smooth and seamless investment process. IBPAP also works closely with government, academe and other key stakeholders for a variety of initiatives to ensure that the country’s IT-BPM industry remains globally competitive and relevant. The organization currently has over 300 members and six partner association industry and support-industry members.


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