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Intelenet opens new business processing facility in Manila


Intelenet opens new business processing facility in Manila

Intelenet Global Services, a business process service provider backed by Blackstone, launched its newest facility in Manila, Philippines.

The new facility, located in the south-east of Metro Manila in Taguig, is expected to double its employee count as compared to the existing numbers.

The new facility is expected to amplify Intelenet’s service delivery across geographies and will continue to offer services and processes to all its clients across verticals.

“Philippines is a key delivery location for Intelenet Global Services. Our new facility here will serve the growing demand from our clients to get serviced out of this region” said Susir Kumar, Executive Chairman, Intelenet Global Services.

“With an established presence across several geographies, we look forward to expanding our global delivery footprint utilizing the talented workforce that Philippines has to offer. This would act as a major catalyst for growth and employment in the competitive and ever expanding global business process services market.”

Intelenet entered Philippines in 2008 and has grown at a CAGR of 47 percent over the past 7 years.

Source: Infotechlead

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