DOST ICT Office Initiatives for ICT & BPO

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How we plan to grow ICT into a $50 Billion a year industry by 2016. Presentation I gave at the big Cebu ICT & BPO Summit.

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DOST ICT Office Initiatives for ICT & BPO

  1. 1. Alejandro P. Melchor IIIDeputy Executive Director for ICT Industry Development Department of Science & Technology Information and Communications Technology Office
  2. 2. $50B Revenues by 2016 for ICT Industry:IT-BPO: $27.4IT-BPO Export All other ICT: $22.6BExports Revenues (Not including semiconductors & electronics) (20% CAGR)2011 $11.0 B2012 13.22013 15.82014 19.02015 22.8 *Components of US ICT Industry.2016 27.4
  3. 3. Global Leadership in High Value Segments by 2016: Stepping Up the Value Chain Global Market Share We are #1 in call centers and we intend to become Voice BPO 24% 29% market leader in UK & Australia 1. Healthcare Information 8% 13% Management Outsourcing We intend to 2. Finance & Accounting 8% 12-14% attain world Outsourcingleadership in 4 more 3. HR Outsourcing 8% 12-14%fast growing services 4. Creative Process Outsourcing 10% 15-18% We intend to 1. Information Technology double our market Outsourcing (ITO) 1% 2%share in 3 other fast 2. Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) 1% 2% growing services 3. Multilingual BPO
  4. 4. Next Wave Cities Program 1- Research & Road Mapping Next Wave 2- Talent Development Cities TM 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Incentives NextDevelop ICT hubs nationwide for Wave 7- Infrastructure &country-wide development Cities TM Smarter Cities
  5. 5. Next Wave Cities ComponentsNWC Road Map DOST scholarshipsSocial Media for knowledge Capability Building & Strategicdissemination Planning Workshops NICP Board of Trustees Capability Building, June 24-25 2012, Cebu
  6. 6. Smarter Philippines for a vibrant domestic knowledge economyand competitiveness in the global Knowledge economy Next Wave Cities TM
  7. 7. Smarter Philippines, Smarter Cities Smarter Weather: Noah Project Smarter Education Smarter Governance: iGov Smarter Health: e-Telehealth
  8. 8. Technopreneurship and Domestic Technology Companies Flourish in a Knowledge Economy Inventors and Engineers utilize the Technopreneurs andScientists probe nature technologists use new technologies to businessmen convertthrough research and build a scientific knowledge create products and the products andknowledge base for invention to create new services services into profits by technologies selling in the market Research Invent Commercialize Market Nature Science Technology Economy Utility Exist Discover Manipulate Embed Use Naturally Nature Nature Nature Nature The World As Material The World as Money

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