ADEC Innovations CEO sees continuous BPM growth in Kenya

By , ADEC Innovations

Nairobi, Kenya (April 18, 2017) – ADEC Innovations CEO James Donovan recently discussed with Philippine Ambassador to Kenya Honorable Uriel Norman Garibay the continuous business process management (BPM) growth in its global delivery center in Kenya.

“Data, with the help of technology, can enable businesses to make smarter decisions. Given Africa’s vast pool of untapped human potential and resources, the whole world is now looking at the continent’s capacity to contribute globally along with its emerging population of young professionals,” explained Mr. Donovan.

Kenya is in a unique position, given its dynamic and skilled labor force that is capable of delivering quality Information Technology and Business Process Management (IT-BPM) services to Africa and the rest of the world.

Mr. Donovan highlighted the organization’s guiding principle of impact sourcing, which aims to empower economically disadvantaged individuals in Kenya by giving them opportunities to train for their first job and possibly start long-term careers.

Joined by ADEC Kenya Relationship Director Mr. George Vastardis and BPO Site Director Mr. Pravin Eazhawa, as well as the Philippine Embassy to Kenya’s Vice Consul Francis Maynard Maleon, the group discussed how providing additional jobs will have a great impact on the lives of Kenyans and their families, and will empower the region to strive for long-term development, as well as personal and professional growth.

ADEC Innovations is looking to expand its presence in Kenya by the 3rd Quarter of this year, and has already begun laying the groundwork in this region through its delivery centers, ADEC Kenya, as well as the consortium, Business Process Technology Consortium - Kenya (BPTeC-Kenya), of which it is a founding member.

ADEC Kenya is one of ADEC Innovations’ global delivery centers that provide clients with diverse and cutting-edge portfolio of Sustainable Business Solutions, with focus on BPM and knowledge process outsourcing services.

BPTeC-Kenya works with government agencies along with the private sector to advance Kenya as a hub for IT-BPM services. It engages with organizations, investors and members through strategic activities that promote partnerships among industry, academe and government for mutual growth. It aims to assist Kenyans in finding long-lasting career opportunities that will alleviate them from poverty.

With Philippine capabilities boosting the Kenyan IT-BPM industry, through ADEC Innovations’ expertise in outsourcing and data management, the region is bound to grow and develop into the next premier BPO destination, and to produce highly skilled and globally competitive individuals ready to take on the ever-changing needs of clients worldwide.