Call Center Executive Positiions Available NOW!

March 27, 2007
Call Center Executive Positions for the Philippines. Apply Now!

Apply for a Philippines Call Center or BPO Job NOW! Click Here for More Details.

Managers and/or Supervisors for the following posts:
   * Workforce
   * Operations
   * QA
   * Training
   * HR
   * Client Services Manager
   * Program Managers and Program Supervisors
   * Recruitment
   * Security
   * Business Continuity Plan
   * Admin.
   * Program Implementation Manager
   * Provisioning Program Senior Manager

Director for:
   * Workforce
   * Operations

SVP/VP for:
   * SVP for HR
   * Operations
   * HR - Employee Relations
   * HR - Learning and Development
   * Communications
   * Finance

Team Leaders for Call center and BPO

Officer level / Supervisor for the following:
   * Procurement
   * Quality and CI Lead
   * Accounting 
   * Payroll
   * Workforce
   * Operations
   * QA
   * Technical Training
   * Program Supervisors
   * Admin.
   * Program Implementation Manager

All the Best!

CLICK HERE TO eMail your Resume NOW!


Breaking Call Center Outsourcing News: PI Outsource adds New Call Center Seats in Makati.

March 27, 2007

Breaking Call Center Outsourcing News: PI Outsource adds New Call Center Seats in Makati.

Citing new growth in the customer service, outsourced assistant and appointment setting outsourcing niche,  PI Outsource has added ten contact center seats for inbound call and contact center operations. Ask us how you can use our seats and advanced reliable technology to power your call or contact center in the Philippines.



PI Outsource Call Center Pictures – CLICK HERE



PI Outsource offers the best in connectivity and facilities management. Our core competence lies in providing connectivity services and software solutions to meet your Philippines outsourcing needs as well has providing the HR management experience needed to run your call center profitably. Our telecom network and infrastructure, which uses several major high-capacity fiber optic cable systems between the United States and the Philippines, is engineered to have reliable and redundant connectivity between our US and Philippine offices. The facilities in Los Angeles and California provide the capability to have multiple routes for long distance calls, and to manage toll-free and local access number call routing to the Manila site. Our call center is among the most reliable and fully-redundant call centers in the Philippines today.

PI Outsource contact centers have state-of–the-art facilities that enable us to support our clients’ operations via several options: voice, e-mail, instant message, chat, web-based application support, and video. PI Outsource combines a reliable system of Customer Relations Management, Workforce Management, and Quality Assurance utilities which allows us to design and plan effectively the kind of support and service to be provided to our customers according to their specific individual needs. PI Outsource offers real time monitoring and a host of other tools and facilities which our customers can utilize in order to measure the performance of call center agents and better manage the quality of clients’ business operations.


Get your Contact Center Running! Contact US Today!

icqICQ: 301949161 AOL Instant Messenger: Axzar3000 MSN: doug_watson241@hotmail.com
Yahoo! Messenger: PIoutsource Skype: PIoutsource
Phone: +1 812-669-4205 Toll Free USA: +1 866-276-2649

Contact Center Workers?
CLICK HERE TO eMail your Resume NOW!


Call Center in Makati Manila – Now Leasing 120 Call Center Seats.

March 27, 2007

Call Center in Makati Manila – Now Leasing 120 Call Center Seats.

Call Center Specifications

I. Work Area

▪ Total office space of 286.82 square meters

▪ 0.9 meter agent workstations with ergonomic, comfortable seats

▪ 3 10HP Cassette-type air conditioning units

▪ 5 Whiteboards

philippines Call Center pictures

II. Workstations (120 units)

▪ Intel Celeron D 2.8Ghz

▪ 256MB DDR Memory

▪ 40 GB HDD

▪ 10/100 Mbps LAN

▪ 15” LCD Monitor

▪ Keyboard and Mouse

▪ 650 Va UPS

▪ Plantronics T10 Headset

▪ Licensed Windows XP Professional

▪ Licensed Sophos Antivirus Software


III. Structured Cabling

▪ Tested (Fluke-tested) and Certified UTP CAT5E structured network


IV. Server Room Equipment

▪ 2 1.5 HP Air Conditioning Units

▪ UPS

– APC 10KVA UPS with Rail Kit

▪ 8-port Emine Console Switch

▪ Internet Router

– Cisco 2501 w/ V.35 Cable

– Cisco IOS IP Base Software

– 32 MB DRAM

– 1 x AUI to 10BaseT Interface Converter

▪ Voice Gateway

– 2 Cisco AS5300 – 4E1 120 Voice

– 2 Cisco 2610XM with VWIC-1MFT-1E1

▪ Network Switch

– 1 HP ProCurve Switch 4208vl

– 1 ProCurve Switch vl 16-port Gig-T Module

– 5 ProCurve Switch vl 24-port 10/100-TX Module

– 1 ProCurve Switch gl/vl/xl Redundant Power Supply

▪ Servers

– Internet Firewall

▫ Supermicro SS6014P-TR

▫ Single Xeon 2.8 Ghz (800 FSB, 2MB)

▫ Intel E7520 Motherboard

▫ 1GB DDR333 ECC REG Memory

▫ Adaptec SATA RAID 2025SA

▫ 1 x LINKSYS 10/100 LAN

▫ IPMI 2.0 Socket

▫ 1 PC 120 GB SATA

– Internet Firewall (cont.)

▫ 4 x 1” hot-swap SATA drive bays

▫ 1 slim DVDROM

▫ 1 slim FDD

▫ 560W Redundant Hot Swap power supply

▫ Linux OS

– Domain Controller / Antivirus

▫ Supermicro SS6013P-T

▫ Single Xeon 2.4 Ghz (400FSB, 512KB)

▫ Intel E7501 Motherboard

▫ 1 GB DDR266 ECC REG Memory

▫ RAID 0, 1, 5 w/ Zero Channel; RAID ZCRINT

▫ Dual LAN 1 GB (Intel 82546)

▫ IPMI 1.5 socket

▫ 1 PC 120 GB SATA

▫ 4 x 1” SATA hot swap

▫ 1 slim floppy

▫ 1 slim CD ROM

▫ 500W Cold-swap power supply

▫ Licensed Windows 2003 Server

▫ Licensed Sophos Antivirus Software

– Application Server

▫ Supermicro SS5013C-i

▫ Intel P4 2.8Ghz

▫ Intel E7210 Motherboard

▫ 1 GB DDR400

▫ Dual Gigabit LAN with two Intel 82541

▫ 1 x INTEL 10/100 LAN

▫ 1 PC 80 GB IDE HDD

▫ 2 x 3.5” IDE Drive Bays

▫ 1 floppy

▫ 1 slim CDROM

▫ 250 watts power supply

▫ Licensed Windows 2000 Professional

– Database Server

▫ Supermicro SS8042-8 Quad Xeon Server

▫ 2 pcs Xeon MP (2.8Ghz, 400Mhz, 2MB)

▫ Serverworks GC-HE Motherboard

▫ 4GB DDR200 ECC REG Memory

▫ AOC-LPZCR1 (RAID 5)

▫ 1 x 3COM 1GB LAN

▫ IPMI 1.5 Socket

▫ 3 PCS 36GB SCSI LC 10K RPM

▫ 10 x 1” hot swap Ultra 320 SCSI Drive Bays

▫ 1 floppy drive

▫ 1 CDROM

▫ 3-Redundant Hot Swap (700w+350w)

▫ Licensed Windows 2003 Server

▫ Licensed MS SQL Database Management System

– CTI Server

▫ Advantech IPC 623BP

▫ PCA-6120P19-OA1, 19PCI, 1CPU Backplane

▫ PIV SBC – ADVANTECH

▫ Pentium-IV 3.2 GHz BOX – 800 FSB

▫ 2 2GB DDR400 (1x 2GB DDR400)

▫ 52 X INTERNAL CDROM

Call Center Specifications 2 of 4

– CTI Server (cont.)

▫ 1.44 MB FDD

▫ 2 73GB SCSI HDD – 10,000 RPM

▫ Adaptec RAID CARD

▫ Licensed Windows 2000 Professional

– Dialogic Cards (in CTI server)

▫ 4 D/600 JCT 2E1 120 Ohm R2U

▫ 7 MSI 160 PCI

▫ 7 MSI 160 KIT

▫ 7 MSI Global PSU

▫ 1 CT Bus Cable 16 Drop

– Supplies Cabinet

philippines Call Center pictures

V. Predictive Dialer (www.touchstarsoftware.com for more info)

▪ Touchstar Multi-Industry Dialer with the following functionalities

– Predictive or Power Dialling

– Interactive Voice Response

– Automatic Call Distribution with Intelligent Routing

– Dynamic Call Blending

– Intelligent Call Answering

– Call Transfer (to another agent, to the IVR, or to a third party number)

– Call and Agent Reporting

– Call Recording, Monitoring, Coaching, Conferencing and Text Messaging

– PC-Based Telephony

– Agent Scripting

– Multiple Simultaneous Campaigns

– Database Integration

– Broadcast Voice Messaging

– Graphical User Interface – uses drag & drop tools in system configuration

– Remote Agent Log-on

– Music or Message On-hold

– Voice Messaging

– Supervisor Workstations

▫ Initiate campaigns, create and manage call lists

▫ View all workstations connected to the system – including real-time statistics

▫ Monitor agent and campaign activities in real-time

▫ Monitor the status of all campaigns

▫ Monitor ACD queue activity

▫ Record, monitor, and allow private coaching or conferencing with agents

▫ Send messages across agents’ screens

▫ Run real-time reports of each agents activities

▫ Control dialling campaigns from any network node or from an off-site location

▫ Set separate dial pacing for each campaign, adjusting to accommodate drop rates

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VI. Telco

▪ Dedicated Internet Access (2 Mbps) via Digitel

▪ International Private Leased Line Circuit (2 Mbps) – 2 E1 connections via Digitel

▪ VOIP to US via IPLC and TDM all the way to customer side via Accela, Inc.

▪ A-Z country calling capabilities

philippines Call Center pictures

VII.Other Equipment

▪ HP Color Laserjet 1600

▪ HP 3055 Four-in-one Laserjet/ Fax/ Scanner/ Photocopier

▪ Business Inkjet 1000

▪ 3 Units iGuard Biometric System

▪ DVRnet CCTV System

philippines Call Center pictures

VIII. Facilities

▪ 102-seat calling area

▪ 9-seat training room

– convertible to calling area

– with 1.5HP air conditioning unit

▪ Pantry

– Refrigerator

– Water Dispenser

– Microwave

– 5 stools and hanging table

▪ Conference Room

– Conference table with 6 chairs

– food trolley and coffee maker

– White board

▪ Administrative Offices

– 2 manager work areas

– 5 staff work areas

– 2 vertical filing cabinets

– 1 horizontal filing cabinet

– 1 rolling trolley cabinet

– 1 water dispenser

▪ Reception Area

– Reception counter and chair

▪ AHU Room

– Supplies cabinet for cleaning materials

Contact us immediately if Interested:

icqICQ: 301949161 AOL Instant Messenger: Axzar3000 MSN: doug_watson241@hotmail.com
Yahoo! Messenger: PIoutsource Skype: PIoutsource
Phone: +1 812-669-4205 Toll Free USA: +1 866-276-2649

Philippines Cell: +639063204488


Find a New Call Center In Manila – Core Alliance Interactive Solutions Inc. Mandaluyong City

March 27, 2007

Find a New Call Center In Manila – Core Alliance Interactive Solutions Inc. Mandaluyong City

call center outsourcing philippines pictures

Core Alliance Interactive Solutions Inc. is located at

Unit 201 2/F Paragon Plaza, EDSA corner Reliance St.,

Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila Philippines.

 

call center philippines outsourcing pictures


The 42- story mixed-use building is strategically located in

between the Makati CBD and Ortigas CBD, which is for the

benefit of the Company’s principals, business partners,

associates and clients/markets, both actual and

potential.


The central location allows employees easy

access and convenient public transport system to and from

work. This is a significant human consideration in as much

as the Company’s peak hours are in the middle of the night

(local PH time).

contact center outsourcing pictures philippines

Facilities

The Company maintains a contact center comparable to world-class call

centers infrastructure. As a multiple telecommunications provider with analog and

digital telecommunication lines, its frame relay, E1 and VSAT capabilities support

the Company’s solutions facilities.

call center philippines outsourcing pics


The contact center is built with UPS and full-site back-up generators for full

‘disaster’ recovery and unexpected power interruption. And it works under an

open expandable platform for flexibility.

call center workstation philippines outsourcing
The contact center boasts of spacious work areas for the agents. Apart from the

standard work areas, the contact center will provide training room, meeting

rooms, fully furnished executive offices, a pantry and staff lounge.


WORLD-CLASS NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY

• Dedicated high speed internet

connectivity (E1) via CAT5 E

• Category 5 Structured Cabling

Systems compliant with EIA-586A

standards


TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

• E1 IPL is provided by Fibercity

• Serviced by the top telecommunication

providers with collocated facility in

One Wilshire, USA (Accela)

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FULLY EQUIPPED WORKSTATIONS / SERVERS

• Intel-based IBM Servers

• Cisco Gateway & Routers with built-in

redundancies

• HP Data Switches

• UPS & Generator Backup

• Pentium 4 3.0Ghz, 512MB DDR2

• 40G Hard Disk

• 15” LCD Monitor, Keyboard, Optical

Mouse

• Plantronics Binaural / Noise Canceling

Headsets with Base Dialer

• Microsoft Windows XP Operating

Systems

• Predictive Dialer System with full

Inbound & Outbound Features

 

Contact us immediately if Interested:

icqICQ: 301949161 AOL Instant Messenger: Axzar3000 MSN: doug_watson241@hotmail.com
Yahoo! Messenger: PIoutsource Skype: PIoutsource

Phone: +1 812-669-4205 Toll Free USA: +1 866-276-2649

Philippines Cell: +639063204488


Philippines Credit Card Fraud Protection Tips! Simple Merchant Accounts

March 27, 2007

Philippines Credit Card Fraud Protection Tips! Simple Merchant Accounts

SCENE 1.

This is a new one.  People sure stay busy trying to cheat us, don’t they?

A friend went to the local gym and placed his belongings in the locker.  After the workout and a shower, he came out, saw the locker open, and thought to himself, “Funny, I thought I locked the locker.  Hmm.” He dressed and just flipped the wallet to make sure all was in order.

Everything looked okay – all cards were in place.  A few weeks later his credit card bill came – a whooping bill of $14,000!

He called the credit card company and started yelling at them, saying that he did not make the transactions.

Customer care personnel verified that there was no Mistake in the system and asked if his card had been stolen.
“No,” he said, but then took out his wallet, pulled out the credit card, and yep – you guessed it – a switch had been made.
An expired similar credit card from the same bank was in the wallet.

The thief broke into his locker at the gym and switched cards.
Verdict:
The credit card issuer said since he did not report the card missing
earlier, he would have to pay the amount owed to them.

How much did he have to pay for items he did not buy?

$9,000! Why were there no calls made to verify the amount swiped?
Small amounts rarely trigger a “warning bell” with some credit card companies.

It just so happens that all the small amounts added up to one big one!

SCENE 2.

A man at a local restaurant paid for his meal with his credit card.  The bill for the meal came, he signed it, and the waitress folded the receipt and passed the credit card along.  Usually, he would just take it and place it in his wallet or pocket.  Funny enough, though, he actually took a look at the card and, lo and
behold, it was the expired card of another person.  He called the waitress and she looked perplexed.

She took it back, apologized, and hurried back to the counter under the watchful eye of the man.

All the waitress did while walking to the counter was wave the wrong expired card to the counter cashier, and the counter cashier immediately looked down and took out the real card.

No exchange of words — nothing! She took it and came back to the man with an apology.

Verdict:

Make sure the credit cards in your wallet are yours. Check the name on the card every time you sign for something and/or the card is taken away for even a short period of time.

Many people just take back the credit card without even looking at it, “assuming” that it has to be theirs.  FOR YOUR OWN SAKE, DEVELOP THE HABIT OF CHECKING YOUR CREDIT CARD EACH TIME IT IS RETURNED TO YOU AFTER A TRANSACTION!

SCENE 3:

Yesterday I went into a pizza restaurant to pick up an order that I had called in.  I paid by using my Visa Check Card which, of course, is linked directly to my checking account.

The young man behind the counter took my card, swiped it, then laid it on the counter as he waited for the approval, which is pretty standard procedure.
While he waited, he picked up his cell phone and started dialing.

I noticed the phone because it is the same model I have, but nothing seemed out of the ordinary.  Then I heard a click that sounded like my phone sounds when I take a picture.. He then gave me back my card but kept the phone in his hand as if he was still pressing buttons.

Meanwhile, I’m thinking: I wonder what he is taking a picture of, oblivious to what was really going on.  It then dawned on me: the only thing there was my credit card, so now I’m paying close attention to what he is doing.

He set his phone on the counter, leaving it open.

About five seconds later, I heard the chime that tells you that the picture has been saved.

Now I’m standing there struggling with the fact that this boy just took a picture of my credit card.

Yes, he played it off well, because had we not had the same kind of phone, I probably would never have known what happened.

Needless to say, I immediately canceled that card as I was walking out of the pizza parlor.

All I am saying is, be aware of your surroundings at all times

Whenever you are using your credit card take caution and don’t be careless. Notice who is standing near you and what they are doing when you use your card..

Be aware of phones, because many have a camera phone these days.  When you are in a restaurant and the waiter/waitress brings your card and receipt for you to sign, make sure you scratch the number off.  Some restaurants are using only the last four digits, but a lot of them are still putting the whole thing on there.

I have already been a victim of credit card fraud and, believe me, it is not fun. The truth is that they can get you even when you are careful, but don’t make it easy for them….

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Own Your Own Casino In The Philippines

March 27, 2007

Own Your Own Casino In The Philippines

The Philippine Amusement and gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has decided to expand the offering of the casino games outside the real Casino Filipino branches and ventured into Internet Casino business. To date, the total Internet Casino revenue in the Philippines averages at Php50 Million a month or Php1.896 Billion a year.

 

Own Your Own Internet Casino in the Philippines

An Internet Casino Station is simply an Internet Cafe dedicated to offer E-casino Filipino games.

Advantages of operating an Internet Casino Station:

  • No FRANCHISE FEES!

  • OWN A LEGITIMATE GAMING BUSINESS – When You Partner with PI Outsource, you partner with PAGCOR. PAGCOR issues a Certificate to Operate (CTO) to all approved ICSs

  • Earn a monthly gross revenue of P250,000 for every ten seat casino

  • Recoup your investment in less than a year!

  • Branding mileage: PAGCOR has extended the “ Casino Filipino “ brand into their Internet Casino Gaming for easy recall and popularity. If you have ever seen the lines for lottery tickets in the Philippines, you will understand how this brand reaches tens of millions of customers daily.

  • e-Casino Filipino games are tailor-made to suit the Philippine market

  • Fair, Secure and User-friendly Betting System

  • Your certificate includes a license for the secure online Point-of-Sale system for the issuance of betting credits

  • Full technical and customer support provided for all franchisees.

Internet casinos offer a gaming experience unlike that offered by real casinos.

  • The casino games are played through a PC terminal
  • Players have privacy and can play at their own virtually at anytime, anywhere
  • Players can shift from one casino game to another with just a click of a mouse

PI Outsource works with PAGCOR as a marketing consultant for e-Casino Filipino in the Philippines.

E-Casino Filipino is PAGCOR’s premiere online offering. It offers the widest selection of table, slot machines and video poker games, including all available games in PAGCOR’s land based casinos with all its life and realism.

E-Casino Filipino games are played in Internet Casino Stations (ICS) which are being established nationwide, therefore can be played by people who do not have access to the internet.

8 LINERS LOTS

  • Happy Hour
  • Tabloid News
  • Hoodoo Voodoo
  • Yoshi’s Sushi

9 LINERS LOTS

  • Fire Gods
  • Lucky Break
  • Road Trip
  • Texas Tea

The images in the e-CasinoFilipino website adapt the look and feel of a real land-based casino. Because it is played online, playing is a lot easier as players can access any casino game they desire with just a click of a mouse. We recommend you visit one of the Casino Filipino “Brick and Mortar” locations to understand how the Internet Casino Facility can greatly enhance the betting experience.

E-CasinoFilipino Games include:

  • Blackjack
  • Baccarat
  • Red Dog
  • Pai Gow
  • War
  • American Roulette
  • Tiger Treasure
  • Aztec’s Treasure
  • Derby Dollar
  • Tri-card Poker
  • Craps

Upon PAGCOR’s approval of your ICS application, you are also automatically approved to operate an internet Sports Betting Station ( IBS ) within the same premises. Granting that no existing ISBS is within 300 meters from approved ICS site.

Internet Sports Betting Stations are PAGCOR-authorized betting outlets that accept over-the-counter bets on various sporting events in an assortment of betting formats, release payouts to winning players and sell prepaid betting cards.

Products include:

  • BasketballJackpot
  • Prepaid Betting Cards

Please visit:
www.basketballjackpot.net

www.basketballjackpot.net is currently PAGCOR’s premiere Internet Sports Betting offering. “BJ” offers various betting formats on local and international basketball games. The following are its variants:

  • Last 2 Digits
  • Last 3 Digits
  • Daily Jackpot


Marketing Support

Various marketing materials will be provided to your ICS and ISBS to create awareness in your area.

  • Posters
  • Banners
  • Flyers
  • Signage

Operating Requirements for operating an ICS:


Proposed ICS space, at least 40sqm (subject to PAGCOR approval)
At least twelve (12) computer terminals (networked)

For a more detailed list, please see the Applications section on this document.

Add-ons for ISBS business:

    1 Additional dot-matrix printer

     

    Capital Expense for Start-Up ICSs w/ ISBS

The costing below is specifically for ICS Operators who are starting their business from scratch. The corresponding amounts may vary depending on the Operators preferred suppliers.


I. ICS Equipment / Facilities

Qty Units Cost (Php) Total Cost (Php)

  1. Computers

  2. Gaming terminals 10 25,000.00 250,000.00

    Gaming Server 1 30,000.00 30,000.00

    Cashier’s terminal 1 25,000.00 25,000.00

    License Operating System-WIN98 10 4,500.00 45,000.00

  3. Networking

    UTP cable 1 roll 2,800.00 2,800.00

    RJ45 30 pcs 10.00 300.00

    HUB-24 port 1

    External Modem 1 2,500.00 2,500.00
    - Data switch (for printers )

UPS 7 4,000.00 28,000.00

3. Scanner

4. Printers

    Colored 1 3,000.00 3,000.00

    Dot-Matrix 1 7,200.00 7,200.00

5. Cashiering Equipment

Vault 1 10,000.00 10,000.00

Cash Register/ Cash Box 1 3,000.00 3,000.00

Money Detector 1 800.00 800.00

6. Signage

- e-Casino Filipino (2ftx1ft) 1 1,000.00 1,000.00

- ISBS (3ft x 2ft)

7. Furnitures/ Appliances

– Sofa 1 8,000.00 8,000.00

– Computer chairs 11 1,500.00 1,500.00

- Aircon (2 HP) 2 20,000.00 20,000.00

Sub-total 485,100.00

II. Communication Facility

  1. Telephone Activation Fee 1,500.00

  2. Internet Connection Deposit

                    1. Sub-total: 1,500.00


III. Renovations/ Space Rental/ Permits

  1. Space Renovation (60 sqm0 P 6,000/sqm 360,000.00

  2. Rental (3 mos deposit, 1 mo advance 30,000.00 120,000.00

  3. Business Permit ( excluding goodwill ) 10,000.00

                    1. Sub-total 490,000.00


IV. Cash Deposit

For ICS

  1. Betting Credit Fund (for operations) 100,000.00

  2. Guarantee Deposit (refundable) 100,000.00

    For ISBS

1. Initial Betting Credit Load

2. Basketball Jackpot Betting Cards

Sub-total 200,000.00

V. Performance Bond ISBS

- A 5-10% premium per annum will be deducted from this bond. 100,000

GRAND TOTAL PHP 1,176,600.00

* We strongly suggest getting 3 of the 10 gaming terminals with touch screen monitor for an additional cost of P10,000.00 per terminal. PLAYERS GO FOR TOUCH SCREEN FIRST!

Income from Internet Casino Station with ISBS

With regard to revenue, Internet Casino Stations earn a fair share of the pie at 28% of Casino Winnings, which is actually the Gross Winning (Gross Bets less Payout) subject to a 5% Franchise Tax. The Operator’s Commission is subject to 10% EWT (BIR)

As an Internet Sports Betting Station, incremental revenue will come from the following:

  1. 10% commission on each bet made

  2. 2% commission for each payout released to a winning bettor

  3. 8%-10% commission for each betting card for online substantiation.

Below is an average monthly profit and loss statement for further substantiation.

Maximum Potential

Average 1-12 PC’s 20PC’s

I.. REVENUE ICS/ISBS ICS/ISBS ICS/ISBS

Internet Casino Station (Php) Max per PC 10-12 Seats 20 Seats

Total Bets Generated 37,500,000 162,000,000 270,000,000

Total Payouts Made 36,375,000 157,140,000 261,900,000

Winnings 1,125,000 4,860,000 8,100,000

Less 5% Francise Tax 56,250 243,000 405,000

Casino Winnings 1,068,750 4,617,000 7,695,000

Monthly ICS Commission (28%) 299,250 1,292,760 2,154,600

Less:10% EWT 29,925 29,276 215,460

Net Operator’s Commission 269,325 1,163,484 1,939,140


Internet Sports Betting Station

1. Sales Commission (10%)

Total Bets 590,000 1,160,000 1,150,000

10% Commission 59,000 116,000 115,000

Less 10% EWT 53,100 104,400 103,500

2. Payouts Service Fee

Total Payouts Made (70%) 413,000 812,000 805,000

2% Service Fee 8,260 16,240 16,100

 

Total Monthly ISBS Revenue 61,360 120,640 119,600


TOTAL Combined Revenue 330,685 1,284,124 2,058,740

II. OPERATING EXPENSES

Internet Access Connectivity 3,500 3,500 3,500

Manpower (1 staff/shift X 3 shifts)* 21,840 21,840 21,840

Security 8,000 8,000 8,000

Rent Expense 25,000 25,000 25,000

Utilities (electricity, water, telephone) 16,000 16,000 26,000

Bank Charges 550 550 550

Total Monthly OPEX 74,890 74,890 109,890


III. PROFIT 255,795 1,209,234 1,948,850

  1. CAPITAL EXPENSE 985,800 985,800 1,796,200


  • Manpower Operator may act as the staff or hire separate cashier and gaming assistant for check and balance, convenience in operations and as the volume increases.

CLICK HERE to Contact PI Outsource for a 12-month revenue projection and the data listed above in an Excel spreadsheet.

Recommendations:

  • Proposed site is 200m away from school/church and 300m from the next ICS

  • Proposed site is at least 40sqm, commercial, safe and with parking

  • Must prove ability to secure a mayor’s permit by initially getting a “Letter of No Objection” from the Mayor

  • Must submit the application requirements

    * Letter of Intent

    * Authorization to Inspect

    * Proposed Internet Casino Setup

    * Personal History Statement

    * Photocopy of ID

    * Original Proof of Income

    * Photocopy of Proof of Billing

    *At least 3 Photos of Proposed site


CLICK HERE to Contact PI Outsource for a 12-month revenue projection and the data listed above in an Excel spreadsheet.

To receive your free consultation on owning your own casino in the Philippines, please e-mail your request to sales@pioutsource.com. Please include your first and last name, email address, phone number, organization name and Web URL. Contact us immediately:
icqICQ: 301949161 AOL Instant Messenger: Axzar3000
Yahoo! Messenger: PIoutsource Skype: PIoutsource
Phone: +1 812-669-4205 Toll Free USA: +1 866-276-2649


PI Outsource and TeleDevelopment: Recruiting Philippines Talent

November 4, 2006

The explosive growth of the call center industry is creating many exciting new career paths for Filipinos. Demand for white collar “office” workers is growing rapidly. What is the result? An awesome selection of job opportunities for you!


Call centers have evolved in the Philippines. The call center is now a large part of the newer “Business Process Outsourcing” thrust.

The staff at PI Outsource wants you to remember that call centers have become total business enterprises with job offerings and positions for you in many types of agent and non-agent careers. Web designers, computer programmers, IT networking specialists, human resources, legal aides and security specialists are all part of a well-oiled functioning call-center team.

TeleDevelopment opens the door for you to succeed. Since 1991, TeleDevelopment has been assisting clients with global hiring solutions. They have been working with call centers and BPO companies for over 15 years.

Our hiring requirements run far and wide. Our recent hires have gone on to careers in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and the UK.

Let PI Outsource and TeleDevelopment be your stepping stone to a successful career with the top companies in the Philippines and abroad. When you are hired with us, you can be assured that you will be treated with respect and care. The salaries and benefits of our partner clients are 2nd to none

We are holding open interviews and hiring office workers for both internal (TeleDevelopment) and external clients. Please look for our special promotions coming soon. Visit us at Robinson’s Equitable Building, Ortigas. 36th Floor Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm.

Please note, our office is in Ortigas, however we hire for the whole National Capital Region. We have positions in many locations including Makati, Origas, Alabang, Pasig, Pasay, Mandaluyong, Quezon City and satellite Philippines locations. We will try to find you a job close to your location. Relocation fees may be available.

Interview, qualify and accept a new career today and receive 1000 peso signing bonus from PI Outsource. Walk-ins need to mention PI Outsource website as your referral to qualify. eMail your Resume.

Available job openings in the Philippines include:

Account Managers (Technical Account)
Accounting Staff
Administration Specialists
Administrative Assistants
Applications Developers
Assistant Managers for Performance Management
Assistant Recruitment Managers
Banking and Finance Specialists
Bilingual Customer Service Reps (Spanish – English)
Business Analyst – Application Development Managers
Business Development Officers
Call Center Agents
Call Center Associates
Call Center Inbound CSR
Call Center Representatives
Certified Public Accountants
Channel Recruiters (CR)
Collection Associates
Collections Agents
Communications Trainers
Comptrollers
Core Skills Trainers
Corporate Positions
Customer Care Specialists+C63
Customer Service Agents
Customer Service Associates
Customer Service Professionals
Customer Service Professionals/Team Managers
Customer Service Representatives
Customer Service Sales and Collections Associates
Customer Services Associates
Customer/Product Support Consultant
DA Agents
Data Network Specialists
Database Analysts
Database Programmers
Deputy Operations Managers
Dialer Administrators
Email Support Representatives
Employee Relations Managers
Facilities Coordinators
Facilities Technicians
Finance Specialists
Financial Analysts
Financial Service and Sales Associates
Frontdesk Associates
HR Associates
HR Managers and Directors
Human Resources and Administratrion (HR & A)
Inbound Call Center Agents
Inbound Call Center Representatives (CS & Sales)
Inbound Customer Care Representatives
Inbound or Outbound Sales Representatives
Inbound/Outbound Customer Care Reps – Bilingual
Inbound/Outbound Sales eReps
IOPS Administrators
IT TEAM (IT)
Leadership and Support Opportunities
Learning Managers
Legal Aides
Multilingual Customer Service Associates
Network Engineers
Online English Teachers
Online Marketers
Operations
Operations Managers
Operations/Productions Staff
Outbound Agents
Outbound Call Center Agents (OCCA)
Outbound Customer Care Representatives
Outbound Customer Care Representatives – Collections
Product Trainers
Product Training Managers
Product Training Officers
Program Supervisors
Programmers
Purchasing Agents
Quality Analysts
Quality Assurance Analysts
Quality Assurance Representatives
Quality Assurance Supervisors
Quality Leaders
Quality Specialists
Receptionist/Front Desk Officerzs
Recruitment Supervisors
Reports Analysts
Senior Sales Representatives
Senior Technical Support Representatives
Service Desk / Programmers
Service Desk Representatives
Site Support Engineers
Spanish Speaking eReps
Statisticians (must be U.P. graduate & Cum Laude)
Support and Leadership Posts
Systems Administrators
Systems Engineers
Team Leaders (with outbound account experience)
Technical Specialists
Technical Support Agents
Technical Support Engineers
Technical Support Representatives
Technical Support Supervisors
Telemarketing Agents
Telesales Consultants
Trainers
Trainers for Product & Sales
Training Analysts
Training Managers
Transcriptionists (Medical and Entertainment)
Travel Professionals
Web Copywriters
Web Designers
Web Developers
Workforce Analysts
Workforce Directors
Workforce Leaders
Workforce Management Specialists
Workforce Specialists

Upward and Onward.


Philippines Pictures

September 15, 2006

Here are some of my nicer shots:

Billiards is popular here (if you didn’t know!). This kid will smoke you! Beware!

In the Philippines, everything sits out for sale without any refridgeration! Meat, Fish and Frog Included.

philippines street vendor

frog for sale

How about this Jeepney ride?

jeepney with many filipinos

The Blue Water:

philippines water

Yes this is still how most people in the philippines do laundry:

philippines laundry

More another time.
Enjoy!

 


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