Benefits of BCI Partnership for an Institution
The new BCI Partnership Program has been designed to achieve the following objectives:
ACCESS TO INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
BCI Partnership helps an Institution access the world's first, only and the most ubiquitous standards of professional human competence in Business Process Outsourcing – the HCMS21; as well as to the most robust vendor-neutral global IT certifications of the Software Qualifications Board of America (SQBA).
ACCESS TO INTERNATIONAL TRAINING KNOWHOW
BCI Partnership also enables an institution access systems, content and architectures of the world's most rigorous BPO & IT training programs benchmarked on the BCI HCMS21 standards, Release 2.0 and the SQBA PIVN Release 1.4 – which means that the university, through its BCI Partnership, can actually roll out exactly the same international training programs that are prevalent in 50+ nations today – and in quick time of 60 days from start to finish.
ADDITION OF A NEW DEPARTMENT/ DISCIPLINE
A university having a BCI Partnership actually immediately adds a new knowledge discipline and hence a Faculty or Department through BCI's high-involvement assistance. This facilitates networking with local industry and also adds to the brand equity of the institution.
RESEARCH & REVENUES
A university with a BCI Partnership becomes an automatic choice for the government or any BPO/ICT industry stakeholder for large scale training projects or research or consulting projects. For instance, BCI Partner University – since it is one of the few such institutions in the country dedicated to BPO and platform-independent IT capacity building and is aligned to the global standards leader BCI, is the best candidate for a mandate and funds from a government or the World bank to train fresh BPO talents or develop employability of young students on a large scale. Similarly, a BCI Partner institution is perceived to be best placed to get research projects sponsored by BPO companies as it is perceived to be having the required capabilities, knowledge and exposure.