Riding high on a crest of rapid development through 2014 from 4,000 to 7,000 employees, Acquire BPO is projecting significant growth to continue throughout 2015.

As headcount growth accelerates, Acquire has been opening prime facilities at an unprecedented rate to meet clients’ growing demands. Acquire has opened new facilities in Metro Manila over the last few months alone to house over 1,400 seats in Eastwood City and Shaw Boulevard.   Australian-owned Acquire BPO is not stopping there, with plans to soon launch facilities within the United States expanding on its current Australian and Philippine footprints.

Acquire BPO’s growth at full throttle with global facilities expansion

Acquire BPO’s growth at full throttle with global facilities expansion

Acquire has just announced signing of an additional two floors in the Robinsons Cyberscape Beta location where its newly built Philippines headquarters is located.  CEO Scott Stavretis said “I’m proud to have just signed an additional two floors of contact center space allowing for an additional 600 seats.   We have some clients lined up and ready to move in and a pipeline that will hopefully see this facility fill up soon.”

This latest location will be a first-class Tier 1 BPO center built for both the Australian and United States market and will immediately be PCI and SAE 16 SOC2 compliant to service the growing, high-end financial services market.

In late 2014, Acquire opened its Manila flagship offices in the 35th to 37th floors of Robinsons Cyberscape Beta in Ortigas Center, Pasig City. Acquire’s impressive new headquarters in the Philippines can accommodate over 700 employees alone with multiple offices, meeting rooms, conference rooms, training rooms and a state-of-the-art board room.

Though just opened in the last two months, the two other new offices— in Eastwood’s CyberOne Mall, and two floors in Worldwide Corporate Center, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City—are already both at full capacity, signifying Acquire’s continuing growth surge.

In addition to BPO facilities, in mid-February, Acquire will open its third recruitment center at the mezzanine of Robinson’s Cyberscape Beta. The center features modern sourcing technology to ensure a faster and more convenient application and recruitment process.  Acquire’s recruitment team has needed to recruit over 400 people in some months to keep up with the growth of new and existing clients.

Acquire services clients from a wide range of industries including telecommunications, banking & financial services, insurance, media and retail. Acquire’s suite of quality services is also broad and comprehensive: contact center, BPO, knowledge process outsourcing (KPO), IT and professional services, resale of SAP-SuccessFactors Human Capital Management (HCM) cloud technology solutions, animation and marketing.

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About Acquire BPO

Acquire BPO is an award-winning global business outsourcer that offers contact center, business outsourcing, marketing, animation and IT & professional services. In 2014, Acquire moved to diversify its range of services with the acquisition of two fast-growing businesses: Animation1 and SHORE Solutions. Animation1 is a premier visualization studio that provides services including 2D and 3D modeling, walkthroughs, augmented reality, interactive applications and film production. SHORE Solutions is a Philippine-based BPO distinguished for its flexible range of outsourcing models and strong capabilities in HRO, KPO, IT & professional services. These acquisitions have brought Acquire’s workforce to 7,000 worldwide, servicing private and publicly listed clients in Australia, the UK, the US and Asia from 11 state-of-the-art centers in the Philippines, Australia and the Dominican Republic, across a wide range of industries including telecommunications, banking and financial services, insurance, media, education and retail. Visit www.acquirebpo.com for more information.


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