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Get ready for the next wave of job creation and investment! The Next Wave Cities Program is our best chance for the development of the Philippine countryside.

Get ready for the next wave of job creation and investment! The Next Wave Cities Program is our best chance for the development of the Philippine countryside.

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  • This is the scorecard metrics. Talent is 40%, infrastructure is 30%, business environment is 20% while cost is 10%. Talent includes: the number of college and high school graduates, the number of professionals, schools and degree programs. Infrastructure includes airports, roads, telecom, power, real estate Cost includes rental regulatory fees and taxes, median pay and utility costs Business environment includes if there are available PEZA-approved IT parks or buildings, the presence of an ICT Council and presence of real estate developers.
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    • 1. Alejandro P. Melchor IIIDeputy Executive Director for ICT Industry Development Department of Science & Technology Information and Communications Technology Office
    • 2. Philippine IT-BPO Industry: The country’s premier sunrise industry T Total Employees (000s) A Annual Revenue (US$B) 700 $12.0 643 $11.0 600 $10.0 525 $8.9 500 442 $8.0 $7.1 400 372 $6.1 $6.0 300 $4.9 300 236 $4.0 $3.3 200 163 $2.2 101 $2.0 $1.3 100 0 $0.0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Source: Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP)
    • 3. Gartner and McKinsey forecast stronggrowth of Global IT-BPO to 2020:$ 1.5-1.6 Trillion addressable market by 2020
    • 4. India & Philippines rank #1 & 2 in…Talent competitiveness Index Risk index for English BPO Cost for non-voice BPO Demographic profile
    • 5. Philippines #2 after India in worldwide IT-BPOSSource: Aon Hewitt
    • 6. Philippines now preferred IT-BPO destination Market leaders on hypergrowth mode
    • 7. The Perfect Storm--• A window of opportunity to dramatically increase PH market share in IT-BPO…• …to ensure that the Philippines emerges as a big winner, similar to India and China earlier.• …to accelerate countryside development There has never been a better opportunity to develop the entire Philippines!
    • 8. Next Wave Cities Program will ensure this growth spreads to the entire Philippines
    • 9. iPPP: ICT Industry Development Programs Talent Development Stepping-Up the Value Chain Designed to Next Wave Cities enable the entire ICT Industry to ICT-enabled Creative Industry Development contribute $50B in Domestic ICT Industry direct Development revenues by 2016… ICT Marketing & Research iGDP Program ICT for Productivity and Growth
    • 10. Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Incentives Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
    • 11. Next Wave Cities IT-BPO Scorecard • College and high school graduates Talent • Professionals • Schools and degree programs • Airports • RoadsInfrastructure • Utilities (telecom, power, water) • Real estate • Rental • Regulatory fees and taxes Cost • Median pay • Utility costs • PEZA-approved facilities Business • ICT CouncilEnvironment • Real estate developers
    • 12. Next Wave Road Map
    • 13. Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Incentives Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
    • 14. ICT Workforce Capability Development Program National e- Competency Framework Aims to augment Global National ICT Competitivenes efforts of CHED and Skills Registry s Assessment TESDA and support Database Globally- Tool (GCAT) BPAP’s programs in competitive order to triple the size Filipino ICT of ICT Talent Pool by Workforce 2016, improve employability by IT Professional Industry Driven Certification Curriculum 200%, and develop the core skills and technical skills One e-Learning required by Industry Portal
    • 15. Industry-driven curriculum: IT-BPO Specialization Track, designed with the help of IBM, Accenture and HP Approved by the Commission on Higher Education Courses UnitsBusiness Communications 3Service Culture 3Principles of Systems Thinking 3Fundamentals of Business Process Outsourcing 101: 3BPO Business Model/Design and Introduction to OperationsManagementFundamentals of Business Process Outsourcing 102: 3BPO Operations ManagementInternship 6TOTAL UNITS 21
    • 16. Business Communications - developed by a team led by AccentureCourse Description The course builds the students understanding and basic competencies on effective communication in the workplace. It introduces students to key concepts of business communication, methods and techniques for its efficacy and its impact to organizational success. Actual business applications and scenarios are used to illustrate the fundamentals of effective business communication. Key components I. Communication in the Workplace C. Telephone and Business III.Elements of Communication D. Business Correspondence A. Language and Context B. What and Why of Communication 1) Elements of Written Interaction 2) Tone and Readability & Punctuation VII.Communication in the Workplace Usage A. Business Communications Defined 3) eMail Etiquette B. Face to Face Communications 4) Practical Applications 1) Individual vs Team Interaction VIII. Communication in the Workplace 2) Effective Listening E. Project Management Documentation 3) Non-Verbal Communication F. Client Presentation 4) Business Etiquette 5) Practical Applications: G. Employment Communications
    • 17. Sample Industry-driven curriculum: for graphics & animation
    • 18. Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development/ Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Resource Mobilization & Incentives Next Wave 7- Business Environment/ Cities TM Smarter Cities
    • 19. NWC Strategic Planning for ICT Councils
    • 20. Luzon Baguio City ICT Council Dagupan ICT CouncilICT Urdaneta City Council for ICT (UCC-ICT)Councils Albay ICT Association(AICTA), Inc. Cagayan Valley ICT Council Vigan ICT Council ICT@Bicol Council Aurora ICT Council Bataan-Olongapo-Zambales -Subic Educational Development Organization for Information Metro Clark ICT Council Balanga ICT Council Malolos ICT Council Bulacan ICT Council Nueva Ecija ICT Council Tarlac ICT Council City of San Fernando Pampanga ICT Council Laguna Industry Network for Knowledge, Innovation & Technology (LINK-IT) Foundation Cavite Information and Communication Technology Council (CICTC) Local ICT Committee of Taytay, Rizal BPO/ITES Council of Quezon City (BICQC)
    • 21. Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development/ Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Resource Mobilization & Incentives Next Wave 7- Business Environment/ Cities TM Smarter Cities
    • 22. Career Marketing campaign will open more minds to IT-BPO
    • 23. At these pay rates, Filipinos need not go abroadSource: BPAP, 2012
    • 24. Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development/ Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Incentives Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
    • 25. Technology Business Incubators will accelerate ITpreneurship in Next Wave Cities TBI for ICT-based Small and Medium Enterprise in Region 8 The University-based TBIsDOST-PEZA Open Technology Business Incubator UP Visayas Cebu University of the Philippines Business Incubator for Los Banos TBI IT Central Luzon State University University of San Carlos TBI Ayala Foundations TBIs Agriculture and Food TBI 25
    • 26. IBM is an adviser for the NWC incubator program IBM Innovation Center, Quezon City
    • 27. Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Incentives Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
    • 28. INCENTIVES ARE A GAME-CHANGERAggressive incentives—led by LGUs—can attract locators to NWCsTax Utilities• Vat Reimbursement • No cost or subsidy for utility• Income Tax Rebate services• Corporate Business Tax Rebate EducationOccupancy • Overseas training subsidy• Rent • New hire training subsidy• Fully furnished office and • Continuous education subsidydatacenter facility• Completing and maintaining Recruitmentinternational standard facilities • Domestic campus recruiting subsidy• Repair and upkeep of facilities • Head hunter fee reimbursement •Recovery fund for certainNetwork Cost percentage of interns• IT Bandwith• Network/Telephone/Printer Set- Retentionup • Lump sum per employee
    • 29. Resource mobilization strategy: Leveraging donor agencies to augment resources Initial discussions underwayADB Knowledge Hub Program Priority Industry developmentCompetitiveness for PH cities
    • 30. Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Incentives Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
    • 31. Smarter Cities as adriving force for national progress
    • 32. ASEAN, China and India as the world’s premier growth engine:GET READY FOR THE NEXT WAVE OF GROWTH AND INVESTMENT!By 2030:• ASEAN, China, India Region (ACI) combined GDP could quadrupleand exceed that of the US and Europe combined• ACI share of world investment projected to be 40% of global total• ACI Region will comprise almost half the middle class of the world• ASEAN’s middle class population expected to rise from 24% in 2010 to65% in 2030• Wages in ASEAN, China and India will rise 3-fold• Philippines can sustain GDP growth of 7%, on par with China, Indiaand Vietnam—largely due to IT-Enabled Services Source: ADB: ASEAN, the PRC and India: The Great Transformation?
    • 33. ASEAN ICT Master Plan 2015 ASEAN Economic Integration by 2015 ASEAN wants to project itself as the premier global ICT Hub The Philippines can be the premier ICT Hub of ASEAN...GET READY FOR THE NEXT WAVE OF GROWTH AND INVESTMENT! Pillars • Economic 2. People 3. Innovation Transformation Empowerment and Engagement To nurture a Key Outcomes To promote trade & creative , • ICT as an engine of entrepreneurship To enhance quality innovative and growth in the ASEAN in the ICT sector. of life through green ICT sector countries. And Build an ICT affordable and engine of sectoral equitable ICT • Recognition for ASEAN as change. a global ICT hub • Enhanced quality of life Foundation for people of ASEAN 4. Infrastructure Development - To provide the next generation infrastructure enabling policies. • Contribution towards ASEAN integration 5. Human Capital Development - To develop a skillful ICT workforce and knowledgeable community. 6. Bridging the Digital Divide - To evaluate countries and people through ICT Capabilities
    • 34. Thank YouDepartment of Science and Technology-Information and Communications Technology Office

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