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What does a
bpo mean what company mostly do in bpo

Asked by vijaykumar, 14 Sep '08 08:55 am
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Pls do not join BPO
Answered by Hot Guy, 14 Sep '08 11:38 pm

 
  
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BPO is the process of hiring another company to handle business activities for you.

BPO is distinct from information technology (IT) outsourcing, which focuses on hiring a third-party company or service provider to do IT-related activities, such as application management and application development, data center operations, or testing and quality assurance.

In the early days, BPO usually consisted of outsourcing processes such as payroll. Then it grew to include employee benefits management. Now it encompasses a number of functions that are considered "non-core" to the primary business strategy.

Now it is common for organizations to outsource financial and administration (F&A) processes, human resources (HR) functions, call center and customer service activities and accounting and payroll.

These outsourcing deals frequently involve multi-year contracts that can run into hundreds of millions of dollars. Often, the people performing the work internally for the ...more
Answered by vikas arora, 14 Sep '08 12:05 pm

 
  
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Bpo stands 4 business process outsourcing.
Answered by vandana tanwar, 14 Sep '08 09:54 am

 
  
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