In photo, from left: Ambe Tierro, technology lead for Accenture Philippines, Africa and Asia Pacific; Lito Tayag, managing country director, Accenture Philippines; Anoop Sagoo, operating officer for Growth Markets, Accenture Group; Benedict Hernandez, operations client experience lead for Asia Pacific, Africa and Middle East, Accenture.
Accenture Philippines recently inaugurated a facility that is purpose-built for customized solutioning for Japanese businesses.
Called the Japan Zone, the facility showcases innovative technologies and solutions such as cloud-first solutions, artificial intelligence and blockchain, intelligent platforms and systems, and operations expertise in Finance & Accounting, Talent and Human Resources, and Customer Services.
Through these solutions, Accenture Philippines helps enable its Japanese clients to optimize costs and maximize efficiencies to fast-track growth and expansion.
The initiative aims to bolster the company’s integrated business services offering and reaffirm its commitment to develop and upskill talent as well as provide diverse, high-value work and career growth opportunities in the country’s Information Technology and Business Process Management (IT-BPM) sector.
“Building our capabilities to address specific demands of our Japan client portfolio supports our vision to provide integrated business services and solutions offering from the Philippines,” said Lito Tayag, country managing director, Accenture in the Philippines. “As we bolster the services we provide to our clients in Japan and around the world, we are also able to create diverse roles and rewarding career opportunities for our exceptional pool of talent in the Philippine IT-BPM industry.”
Accenture Philippines has been servicing industry-leading Japanese clients in the pharmaceuticals, retail, motoring, banking, oil and gas, aviation, and other key industries since 2015. To deliver on the world-renowned Japanese standard of quality and excellence, Accenture Philippines has various training programs to continuously upskill people and raise proficiency in the Japanese language (Nihongo), culture, traditions, and business conduct. The company has also teamed up with various language centers and institutions in the country to boost the team’s domain expertise in order to engage, co-ideate and co-innovate with Japanese clients.
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