New Partnership Opens Opportunity to Further OCC’s Covid19 Response and Initiatives

    With Economy on a Steady Rise, BPOs Would Most Likely Gain Most of the Market Shares

    Where all the other countries are trying to meet their ends, the Philippines has freed itself from the clutches of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the recent evaluation, it is clear that the Philippines economy is steadily recovering. To add a cherry on the top, the trend suggests a “positive” growth in the first three months of 2021. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) Governor Benjamin Diokno recently stated that the agency’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) would be targeted from 6.5 to 7.5%. With the current developments in the Philippines, even this target is seemingly achievable. One of the main reasons for the surge is due to the easing of lockdown restrictions, improvements in the healthcare system, and cooperation from everyone. The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) is expecting to receive funding from around 10 different companies through the initial public offerings (IPO). This would significantly help in improving the current condition of the stock market for FY21.

    ONE CONTACT CENTER Partners with Distance Learning Systems™, Helping to Educate More Healthcare Workers and Broadening their Services Within Online Learning

    January 13, 2021– Van Nuys, California — One Contact Center (, a minority-owned contact center company specializing in customer service, sales and recruitment process outsourcing is very pleased to announce their partnership with one of the nation’s leading online learning platforms, Distance Learning Systems™ (

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