Transcosmos Incorporated, the largest Business Process Outsourcing company in Japan with roughly 15,000 employees globally and with Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan has recently established Transcosmos Asia Philippines Inc. located in the heart of Ortigas Business District, as its latest overseas base in the Philippines and started its operations in September 2014. Popularly known for providing excellent BPO services, Transcosmos Asia Philippines also provides development and operation services for smartphone websites and applications for the Philippine market. In addition, other related to the said business such as contact center services with English as its primary language are likewise offered for the global market.
Transcosmos Philippines is a subsidiary which is committed to develop highly engaging games and applications for mobile,tablet and the web.
"The Philippines is a market that is attracting attention with a population skze of about 100 million and an economic growth rate of around 7%. Transcosmos Philippines aims to provide a variety of services beginning with contact center services for companies including global businesses who wishes to expand into the Philippine market, local firms, and client companies that are considering off-shore outsourcing, while it continues to pursue operational excellence. Our vision for the future is to further expand in areas such as E-Commerce one-stop services and analytics services, as we strive to improve services which will help increase sales while reducing costs for our partner client companies," said Transcosmos Philippines President Hideki Yamashita during the Transcosmos Asia inaugural opening held recently.
Distinguished guests of honor during the inaugural opening were Senator Paolo Benigno "Bam" Aquino IV and Director General Lilia B. De Lima.
Senator Bam Aquino is the youngest senator of the 16th Congress of the Republic of the Philippines, multi-awarded youth leader and social entrepreneur. He currently chairs the Senate Committee on Trade, Commerce and Entrepreneurship and Senate Committee on Youth.
Director General Lilia B. De Lima is the Director General of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) and Department of Trade and Industry Undersecretary.
The Transcosmos Philippines' inaugural opening also featured the Kagami Biraki/Japanese Sake Ceremony. A 300-year-old traditional ceremony which means "opening of a mirror, a beginning." The fourth Tokugawa Shogun was the first one to hold the said ceremony 300 years ago. It had been said that before going to the war, he gathered his daimyo in his castle to break open the sake cask. The battle was successful, so from then on a new traditional ceremony was born.
With the establishment of Transcosmos Philippines, global bases deployed by Transcosmos will extend to 70 locations, and its presence in the ASEAN region will move into its fourth country following Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. Transcosmos Philippines is targeting ¥2billion by year 2018.
Transcosmos began its operations in 1966. Since then it has proven its excellent "human resources" with the latest "technological" capabilities to further improve the strength of its corporate clients by providing them with superior services and topnotch value in overall information technology outsourcing services such as Call Center, Business Outsourcing Services, and Digital Marketing services. These are either as standalone solution or as combined services to its corporate clients to optimize marketing efficiencies, expand sales and gain new clients in E-Commerce business. Transcosmos Inc. is happy that these services have been expanded beyond Japan, and has gone globally focusing in Asia. In the next couple of years, Trancosmos Inc. aims to be the "Global IT Partner" of its corporate clients to provide them with world-class and top quality outsourcing services.
Transcosmos Philippines is located at 32nd Flr. One Corporate Center, Julia Vargas Avenue cor. Meralco Exchange, Ortigas, Pasig City
For more information, visit them on Facebook https://facebook.com/transcosmos.ph
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