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Fast Internet is coming - are we ready?

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by LazyDog, Oct 30, 2008.

  1. LazyDog

    LazyDog JF-Expert Member

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    Vijana wetu wanaokwenda kusoma Asia wana hakika ya kazi huko.
    Zipo habari kuhusu makampuni kuhamishia shughuli zake nchi nyingine. Mfano: "Call Center Jobs Drifting Overseas".


    Hivi karibuni nimeona habari za Business process outsourcing (BPO).
    Nimeona niwahabarishe kuhusu Philippine Cyber Corridor


    The Philippine Cyber Corridor is an initiative being pursued by the Philippine Government to create interconnected centers of business process outsourcing (BPO) services all over the country. These services include call center, back office, software development, medical transcription, legal transcription, engineering design and animation. It is part of the ten-point agenda of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and is one of the five super regions she established to spur economic development.

    In 2007, the Philippine BPO industry generated 4.9 billion US dollars of revenue and employed 300,000 workers at year-end. The industry hopes to employ one million workers and generate 13 billion US dollars of annual revenue by 2010.


    Hapo juu wametaja 13 billion US dollars.
    4.9 billion US dollars ni sawa na asilimia ngapi ya pato la Tanzania?

    Lets keep an eye on what is happening around the globe! Ninyi mlioko overseas, mtuhabarishe kwa kila kinachoendelea huko.





    MODs - hii ni habari ya uchumi japo inahusiana pia na ICT.


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    LazyDog JF-Expert Member

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    New recruits undergo training at the
    Ambergris Solutions call center in suburban Manila.


    Legal and medical transcription
    These companies do mostly medical reports, discharge summaries, operative reports, therapy/rehabilitation notes, chart notes, and hospital and clinic reports using state-of-the-art software and equipment from the U.S. They can transcribe up to 1,000 lines per medical transcriptionist per day at a 98% average accuracy rate, and they conduct training programs for their transcriptionists to continuously upgrade their performance. Most of them offer 24x7 services and have an average turnaround time of 24 hours, with the ability to deliver output in 3 to 6 hours in emergency cases.

    The industry is now in the process of pursuing certification for individual companies' services to further promote the country's capabilities in this area. An industry alliance is also now being forged to ensure the sector's continued growth in partnership with the government. Inclusion of medical transcription subjects in medical courses is likewise being pushed, to further expand the country's pool of skilled medical transcriptionists.​




    Je, ipo haja ya kufikiria upya strategy yetu za kuvutia wawekezaji - ambao sasa wanakomba madini na kutumia umeme wetu kwa bei ya kutupa?




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