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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

IMPRESSIVE: Private and Public Sectors Converge For 4th Edition Of NAITEOC Conference In Abuja

The Nigeria Association of Information Technology Enabled Outsourcing Companies (NAITEOC) will be having its 4th Outsourcing conference, which will facilitate the convergence of players in both the Private and Public sectors to spark discussions that will open the Nigerian BPO space. This three (3) day event will bring together stakeholders in the Government, Health, Education, Finance, Aviation, Technology Entrepreneurs, Maritime, Agriculture and Telecommunication industries.

The Theme of this year's event is: OUTSOURCING, A CATALYST FOR CHANGE IN NIGERIA

The conference will start on Monday 5th December with an investment forum that will showcase the opportunities and potentials of the Nigerian BPO Industry to Nigerian businesses. 
Followed by an extraordinary Job Fair on Tuesday 6th -7th December, that will address the unemployment situation in Nigeria. The Naiteoc 2016 Job fair will also provide real opportunities for employers to hire from a pool of talented, pre-screened and tested candidates.
This conference will have free Education/Training sessions for attendees from both the private and public sectors. Top outsourcing leaders will speak on key areas that will improve Outsourcing & the Nigerian Economy.

There will be training sessions on key areas of the sectors as well as panel discussions and keynote addresses by reputable local and international speakers. Assemblies of great minds in Nigeria as well as dignitaries who will attend the event, among them are; 

Special Guest of Honor
His Excellency The vice President – Prof Yemi Osinbajo

Minister of Communication – Barrister Adebayo Shittu

The CEO & Co-founder of World BPO Forum Kartik Kilachand 

Organized by the  National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA)

To be part of this event, kindly register on 
Date: December 5th -7th, 2016
Job Fair kicks off on December 6th, 2016.
Venue:  Shehu Musa Yar'dua center, Abuja 

The event is organized in partnership with Office of the Vice President, NITDA, NCC, DFID, GEMS3
For Enquiries call 094601703
Don't be left out 
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) –Making Nigeria the Next Destination  
BPO is the new economic opportunity for the emerging African economy. However, governments need to partner with private sectors under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement for a virile BPO sub-sector to evolve in Nigeria. Apart from helping the Nigerian economy grow and be in tune with the international business ethics, creation of BPO opportunities will help reduce the high unemployment rate in Nigeria and other African countries. 
The growing competitive business environment has positioned BPO as a key source of competitive advantage. India and China have dominated this industry but as the cost of outsourcing gets higher, companies are looking for other possible destinations. The million-dollar question is, can Africa be the next destination? The answer is "YES" and Nigeria is quickly positioning itself to be the next outsourcing destination. Statistics from International Trade Centre indicate that by 2050, 80% of the work force worldwide will be working in services across the world.
Nigeria has all it takes to evolve huge market for Western products as well as cultural affiliation with the Western World into a virile competitive BPO outlet, as a result of availability of cheap labour, skill manpower, and. 
The Operation Component of BPO
its operations include but not limited to the following:

Customer Interaction Services
Data Entry
Claims Process
Back Office Transaction
IT/Software Operations
HR Services
Knowledge Services

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