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IT services provider Vee Technologies’ new delivery centre in Philippines
Trans World Features | @twfindia | 23 Jul 2021
IT services provider Vee Technologies’ new delivery centre in Philippines
Bengaluru: New York-Bengaluru co-headquartered IT services provider Vee Technologies has announced the opening of a new delivery centre in the Philippines to expand its global footprint.

The new delivery centre in Manila, Philippines will add to its existing centres in Pennsylvania, USA and Bengaluru, Chennai and Salem, India.

 

For Vee Technologies, which services scores of marquee healthcare and insurance providers in the USA, geographic spread enhances access to an equally talented manpower pool besides expanding its technology capabilities.

 

Chocko Valliappa, CEO, Vee Technologies said, "While eyeing new global markets with potential to fuel future growth our research pointed to the Philippines as an ideal destination.”

 

We are excited to establish a footprint in the Philippines, a community with abundant talent and robust infrastructure. We hope to evolve our best practices in talent development and technology systems to benefit our customers, Mr Valliappa added.

 

 

The work done at Vee Technologies’ development centres is aimed at making the world healthy by delivering technology-enabled solutions to meet emerging needs and advance operational capabilities for businesses.

 

"This development strengthens our resolve to apply innovative solutions to enhance our capabilities and the way we service our demanding customers," said Patrick O’Malley, President of Vee Technologies.

 

"As a global leader that services some of the top organizations, we strive to offer cutting-edge process-driven solutions like Population health, Virtual care, Robotics process automation that lead to extraordinary business outcomes for our clients”, O’Malley added.

 

Vee Technologies’ team work in tandem with hospitals and insurance companies in the USA with the new-age medicare plan that incentivises people to stay healthy. Insurers make money if they don’t have to go to hospitals.