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17 Jan 2014  |  Latin America
From a Nascent Market in 2013 to a Billion Dollar Industry in 2018
Big Data has yet to take hold in Brazil, but some verticals (e.g., finance, telecoms, retail) are exploring projects with IT companies who provide solutions for fraud analytics, real-time analytics with in-memory computing, and online and digital analytics, to name a few. These solutions offer clear return on investment such as reduction of churn r...
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25 Feb 2014  |  Latin America
Improving Business Productivity Quickly and at a Lower Cost
In Latin America, hosted and cloud services for contact centers are emerging as an alternative solution to premises-based contact center applications. These services are owned and operated by third-party providers, and they enable contact centers to be more productive, offering a better service to clients with reduced capital expenditures when comp...
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15 Apr 2014  |  Latin America
Higher Costs and Competition Threatens Profitability
The Contact Center Outsourcing (CCO) Services Market in Argentina slightly decreased in revenue in 2013 because of the exit of providers during the year as a result of the low profitability margins. On the other hand, the CCO services market in Chile exhibited a mild revenue growth in 2013, mostly based on the domestic business, as several offshori...
16 Jul 2014  |  Latin America
Competitive Pressure Increases as More Competitors Enter the Markets
The contact center outsourcing services market in Colombia exhibited high revenue growth in 2013, again the fastest-growing marketplace in Latin America. This performance was driven by both domestic and the offshoring businesses, but the latter experienced the higher growth rate. The Peruvian market also experienced high growth this year, although ...
16 May 2014  |  Latin America
Looking Forward to Alternative Site Locations and New Verticals to Serve
The Brazilian BPO and contact center outsourcing services market witnessed a revenue increase of 4.7% in 2013, when measured in reais (R$). However, when measured in U.S. dollars, it itranslates into a downturn of 5.1% (given the current exchange instability). The market remains highly concentrated around the top 5 participants. However, small co...