Maximizing Cultural Compatibility w/ Paulo Cheung | Video Episode 3

June 16, 2020

Why should you send work to someone on the other side of the world? If you do outsource, what hours will your international team be available? And how many people in another country actually want to work overnight to support U.S. hours, anyway? Most importantly, do companies that outsource get stuck with less capable talent than those who bring all their work in house? On this maximizing cultural compatibility video episode of the CFO Weekly podcast, Paulo Cheung, Executive Vice President and Country Site Head- Philippines at Personiv, discusses why the Philippines is an ideal place to outsource finance and accounting. What we talked about with Paulo: -A brief history of the Philippines, and why colonization made Filipino culture compatible with a range of culture -The three factors that make the Philippines a top outsourcing destination for most U.S. businesses -The availability of talent in the Philippines -...And why you should consider outsourcing finance and accounting to the other side of the world! Follow us on Apple or Spotify or your favorite podcast player for next week's episode of CFO Weekly. Learn more.

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