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25 Sep 2014  |  Latin America
Analysis of the Latin American Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure Outsourcing Services Market
Maturity of the Latin American Market Drives New Investments in Outsourcing
The IT infrastructure outsourcing market in Latin America is becoming more mature. Companies are understanding the benefits of outsourcing, and focusing instead on the core business, reducing costs, thus, following the strategy to turn capital expenditure (CAPEX) into operational expenditure (OPEX), instead of investing money in expanding capacity,...
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10 Sep 2014  |  Latin America
New Tech-based Business Models Transform Teaching and Learning
The Brazilian education sector is in the global spotlight, capturing the attention of foreign and local investors as well as companies within the sector, and, in turn, driving intense merger and acquisition (M&A) and investment activity. In this hot topic, Frost & Sullivan identifies key areas where the benefits of technology in education are most ...
20 Aug 2014  |  Latin America
Companies Win 3 WaysOperational Costs Drop, Productivity Rises, and Customer Interaction Improves
The development of new, diverse channels such as the interactive voice response (IVR), social media, chat, and short message service (SMS) has driven customers to demand more qualified, personalized services, which has led to a greater adoption of virtual agent (VA) applications. Furthermore, specifically in Brazil, the increase in purchase power h...
19 Aug 2014  |  Latin America
Increased Productivity and Cost Reduction Attract Companies to this Growing Trend
Remote work has not yet been largely adopted in Latin America, especially due to the lack of specific legislation regarding this work modality and its use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). However, important companies in the region from different industry verticals have implemented the home-office model, partially or full-time, ...
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 ...
03 Jul 2014  |  Latin America
Companies are Shifting their Focus to Cloud-based Contact Center Solutions
Important companies have started to make significant investments in hosted and cloud contact center solutions. Other companies, however, have not yet witnessed the adoption of this new technology in the region, and continue to use on-premises solutions. This study covers the Latin American contact center systems market (Mexico, Brazil, Central Amer...
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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...
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...
04 Apr 2014  |  Latin America
Present Scenario and Future Outlook
The Latin American unified communications (UC) and collaboration market has evolved over the last couple of years. New technologies and applications such as Web collaboration/personal video, UC communications client and audio/video/Web conferencing and mobile applications have penetrated this market, while others are losing ground. The cloud model ...
26 Feb 2014  |  Latin America
Diversifying Strategies and Locations to Overcome the Economic Slowdown and Industry Saturation
Growth in the Mexican contact center outsourcing services market is expected to be driven by local business and offshoring markets. Central America and the Caribbean are experiencing saturation levels in key cities in Costa Rica and Panama, which represents growth opportunities for alternative locations in the region. This research service provides...
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