Since the onset of the pandemic, many office workers have spent more time working from home. In the BPO sector, this has meant finding workable, advanced technological solutions for our agents, something that is setting apart the leaders in the sector from the rest.
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)
Companies everywhere have come to accept the impacts of the pandemic on the future of work in stages that are eerily similar to the stages of grief: First, there was the wait-and-see phase, in which business leaders cautiously monitored news of the growing COVID-19 threat; then recovery mode, when enterprises were forced to adopt work-at-home functionality to keep their employees safe.
With a regional GDP predicted to grow at least 2.5% per year over the next 10-15 years, Latin America makes up an enticing emerging market that will soon outpace larger, more established ones. According to Americas Market Intelligence, Latin American e-commerce revenues reached $109 billion last year. The e-commerce market is already substantial, with Colombia and Argentina making up two of the top three fastest-growing e-commerce markets in the world.
SSON talked to Filippo Passerini, the former group president of GBS and Chief Information Officer at Procter & Gamble about how GBS became relevant to the entire organization; what's important when working with BPO partners; and much more. Read the full interview here for free: http://bit.ly/SSOW-Interview-Passerini