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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2018

BPO JAMAICA: NEWS

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LDER STATESMAN and

former Prime Minister

Edward Seaga was the

toast of the Outsource2Jamaica

Symposium and Expo’s inaugural

VIP Luncheon and Awards held

on the final day of O2J 2018,

where the organisers also lauded

the contribution of former

government minister Phillip

Paulwell and BPO firm Conduent

Jamaica. A posthumous award

was given in honour of the late

Gordon Marcouca.

Seaga was lauded for his

contribution to the social,

economic, cultural, and political

development of Jamaica as a

nation and as a cultural, and

political world power, while

Paulwell received high praises for

his contribution to the

development of the information

and communications technology

sector, the liberalisation of

Jamaica’s telecommunications

industry, and his contribution to

the growth of the renewable

energy movement in Jamaica.

The late Gordon Marzouca

contributed to the development of

the business process outsourcing

industry, provided outstanding

business and civic leadership,

and had an unwavering

dedication to community service

and development in Jamaica.

Conduent Jamaicais the first

outsourcing firm to begin

operations in Jamaica through

acquisitions and is the largest

employer in the sector.

Seaga, others

honoured at

VIPLuncheon

Lynda Langford,

acting CEO of

Conduent Jamaica,

accepts the BPO

Economic Impact

Award from Conrad

Robinson, regional

manager (western)

at JAMPRO

Gloria Henry,

president of the

BPIAJ, presents

former Prime

Minister Edward

Seaga with a

citation in his

honour at the

awards ceremony,

where he received

the pioneer awards

for the key role he

has played in the

development of the

outsourcing sector.