Teleperformance Cebu, along with other business process outsourcing companies in Cebu received recognition from the Cebu City Government for their contribution to the local economy at the 3rd Cebu /BPM Recognition Night last May 22, 2017 at the Social Hall of the Cebu Provincial Capitol.
Teleperformance Cebu Site Director Franklin Pasayloon accepted the award in front of representatives from other Cebu based BPO’s, government officials and members of the Cebu IT BPM Organization or CIB.O. Cebu City Mayor Tom Osmena, in his speech said that the awards are given to ICT-BPM companies in Cebu that have contributed significantly to job creation in Cebu City.
Teleperformance is among the Top 3 biggest employer ICT-BPM companies in Cebu. Back in 2000, there were only industry 1,200 workers in Cebu, but this tremendously grew to thousands. “Cebu City will not be what it is today without the BPO and the growth of Cebu City, is primarily attributed to the ICT-BPM industry,” Osmena added.
“This award is a statement of Teleperformance’s commitment to not only bring the global market to Cebu but also bring globally competitive Filipino talents to the world. We are in an era where the fuel to stay strong and successful is through Innovation. Every organization should cultivate a supportive environment of creativity and curiosity while steering towards its business goals. It does look like a challenging feat but for a global leader like Teleperformance, this is entrenched in our culture through our values and TP DNA from the frontlines up to the executives,” this according to Pasayloon in a statement.
Teleperformance is also poised to play a bigger role in the CIB.O as Site Director Franklin Pasayloon was appointed as a new board member just recently. Teleperformance Philippines is a leading provider of outsourced omnichannel customer experience management services in the country. The company began operations in the Philippines in 1996 and has grown to become a preferred offshore contact center outsourcing provider. The company employs around 40,000 people in the country and operates nearly 30,000 workstations in 18 business sites located across Metro Manila, Antipolo, Baguio, Bacolod, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro and Davao