DDC HRO Predicts Explosive Growth in Data Capture BPO – Supporting Increase in Digital Demand

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DDC HRO, a leading BPO provider and part of the DDC Group of Companies today predicted explosive growth in 2005 for data capture, scanning, coding and data entry work – responding to corporate and consumer demand for readily-accessible, searchable data. BPO centers, such as DDC’s own in the Philippines, Ohio and Atlanta, can expect to see significant growth in 2005 - providing a secure, efficient and cost-effective environment for the process of capture and conversion of data.

DDC HRO, a leading BPO provider and part of the DDC Group of Companies today predicted explosive growth in 2005 for data capture, scanning, coding and data entry work – responding to corporate and consumer demand for readily-accessible, searchable data. BPO centers, such as DDC’s own in the Philippines, Ohio and Atlanta, can expect to see significant growth in 2005 - providing a secure, efficient and cost-effective environment for the process of capture and conversion of data.

Defying the previously popular opinion that computers would eliminate people and paper, the twist in this tale is that this is proving to be far from the case. Paper is being produced in ever-increasing quantities given the low cost of material and printing - and BPO activity carried out by people, such as call center and customer support work, is booming. BPO destinations such as the Philippines (DDC’s carefully-selected operations hub) are enjoying an unprecedented spike in new business activity – and analysts predict substantial further growth this year. The Philippines is regarded as particularly well-situated to benefit from the growth in BPO given its particular strengths in terms of people, culture and communications.

All this is good news for DDC HRO, which brings substantial management and technology expertise with respect to capture, conversion and formatting of legacy and paper-based data – helping clients to quickly, accurately and inexpensively populate their corporate databases and self-service systems for increased effectiveness and efficiency. With fifteen years of experience operating in the sector both on-and-offshore, DDC is uniquely positioned to benefit from the business opportunity that increasingly digital information represents.

“The computer, it turns out, has in fact been the tool that helps create jobs, facilitate communications and enable a wholly more valuable use of paper and legacy-based information than previously considered possible. This allows a fast-growing audience to access and reference materials that were previously off-access” said David Kinnear, CEO of DDC HRO. “DDC’s experience in this field and our global footprint makes us ideally qualified to assist clients impacted by the growth in demand for searchable data. But it’s not just a question of scale (which we have) – it’s fundamentally a question of quality and excellence in execution. This is the sort of work it pays to get right.”

About DDC HRO

DDC HRO is part of the DDC Group of Companies, which is committed to meeting the total HRO and FA&O BPO requirements of forward-thinking companies worldwide. With a professional staff of over 3,500 - primarily in DDC’s operational centers in the Philippines - DDC is a leading provider of comprehensive onshore and offshore business process outsourcing services, combined with mission-critical technology solutions, strategic consulting and onshore relationship management. Founded in 1989, DDC is one of the largest privately-held data capture, scanning and keying companies in the world – with offices and operations in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific.

You can learn more about DDC HRO and the DDC Group of Companies at http://www.ddchro.com / http://www.datacapture.com/DDCbrochure.html

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