The facility will provide specialised training for new entrants to the business process outsourcing industry.
The city can rightfully claim its position as one of the leading BPO locations in South Africa, says WNS South Africa.
SA's big labour pool and government grants are draw-cards to companies considering offshoring, says Merchants.
As an end-to-end BPO provider, the company offers new services such as finance, research and a number of other outsourcing services.
What India has achieved in the last 20 years can also be done in SA, says Zensar Technologies.
Another 10 000 offshoring jobs will be created in the Western Cape by 2015.
The BPO company is acquired by WNS, in a move that will see new brands, job opportunities and international training coming to SA.
SA's strong macroeconomic fundamentals and stable socio-political environment make it an attractive offshore destination, says Aegis.
Gauteng will support a smart city initiative in a bid to trim unemployment levels.
The country is now second only to India for business process outsourcing.
BPeSA, local government and Internet Solutions offer an incentive to attract international investors to the region.
The outsourcing company has unveiled a social media management service.