– Avi Maharaj,
National Finance Manager
OUR MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS
Working with us as your BPO provider is a strategic move that shifts the labour risk from you to us. In the manufacturing industry, variability is key to survival, either as a startup, or for an enterprise seeking to become more agile in the manufacturing space.
Shifting the previously fixed cost of labour to a variable cost (one that’s based on output) is a solid way to increase operational efficiency with predictable costs. Not only does this shift the cost of labour, but it also removes labour-related risks and compliance issues from the business itself.
How PPO proactively increases efficiencies:
Provides flexibility based on mutual trust and collaboration
Identifies challenges and rapidly develops solutions
Helps unlock business agility
Responds rapidly to changing market demands
Make your manufacturing business agile.
BPO can alleviate the South African manufacturing industry’s productivity headaches. Utilising BPO is a strategic move that shifts productivity risk from the manufacturing business to a trusted outsourcing partner
“In the aftermath of 2020’s national Covid-19 lockdown, businesses were eager for economic recovery. However, South Africa’s fourth-largest industry – manufacturing – is struggling to get back on its feet. This is where Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) can make a difference, providing the flexibility and agility that businesses need to foster growth and industry growth.”
PPO’s Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is the solution provider you need to put the growth back in your manufacturing operation. By providing the flexibility and agility that businesses need to foster growth and find industry stability, we help you make the most of your resources.
Our country’s unique challenges
- Hindered by high labour costs
- Strong union influence
- Uncertain labour conditions and red tapeithout the permanent salary cost
There is a direct correlation between high wages, output, and a busines’s bottom line. Employed permanently, labour is a fixed cost. If there is a labour disruption, the business output is decreased which affects the ability to manage business costs, such as wages.