IT products and services wholesaler Ingram Micro has recently opened a business process outsourcing (BPO) center in Manila as part of its global IT footprint expansion. The company’s global shared services facility in Upper McKinley in Taguig City will house hundreds of its associates. The Ingram Micro Global Shared Services – Manila is part of the company’s 30,000-strong workforce that supports more than 1,700 vendors and 200,000 customers. Ingram Micro managing director Junar Amador attributes the company’s new milestone to its hardworking and passionate leaders and associates. The Manila center supports various processes of the California-headquartered Ingram Micro, from global IT operations to sales and fulfillment.
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