A total of 14 business process outsourcing (BPO) teams – 10 from the men’s and four from the women’s – are competing for the first Davao Inter-BPO League (DIBL) Volleyball Tournament title in Davao City. Participating teams are from BPO firms Alorica, Conectys, Convergys, Ibex, Iqor, Next BPO Solutions, Offsourcing Philippines, Sutherland, Teleperformance, and VXI Felcris. DIBL commissioner Mark de Guzman said the volleyball tournament was initiated to provide a sporting avenue and promote a healthy lifestyle and camaraderie among call center employees in Davao City. The opening program was hosted by Alorica and Offsourcing Philippines. In Cebu, BPO teams have just recently concluded their own inter-BPO tournament.
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