aov outsourcing services in the philippines

September 20, 2007

AOV Outsourcing Service Now in Davao

 

Agents of Value (AOV), an outsourcing service company, opened its Davao branch early this year with the hope of providing Davawenyos lots of job opportunities, especially those in the IT industry, and at the same time finding quality agents who can serve their growing number of satisfied foreign clients.

Agents of Value (AOV) started venturing into outsourcing service a few years ago when Mr. Danny Sullivan and his fellow stockholders in Eversun Software Philippines Corporation found a great demand for outsourcing service. Hence they came up with Agents of Value (AOV) to serve online businesses from around the world with their various needs. So why is it called agents of value? Because the employees of eversun who work for the clients are called agents and they offer top quality service.

With the online business trend booming, everybody wants to make a website that is not only worth looking at but also gaining a reputable page rank. Online businesses are so conscious about search engine optimization (seo) to make their webpages popular on the net. So this is where the agents at aov come in and offer their services. They have programmers, web developers, web designers, graphic artists, virtual assistants, link builders, site admin, online marketer, and writers that can serve you with anything that you would need for your online business to be at par with the others.


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2 Comments »

  1. i believe in the quality service that aov philippines outsourcing offer

    Comment by tes — September 23, 2007 @ 1:49 pm | Reply

  2. […] in the Philippines, serving hundreds of clients from various parts of the world. Proof to this when aov outsoursing service opened its latest branch in Davao City early this year. Clients are satisfied with the top quality […]

    Pingback by AOV outsourcing service a hit among foreign clients - PinoyBlogoSphere.com - Pinoy Bloggers Society (PBS) — October 8, 2007 @ 2:17 pm | Reply


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