Techno Brain aims to provide African youths with Digital opportunities


The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP), in collaboration with The Rockefeller Foundation, has awarded Techno Brain BPO ITES, a subsidiary of Techno Brain Group, the Global Impact Sourcing Award (GISA).

The Global Impact Sourcing Award (GISA) honors organizations that recruit and offer career growth opportunities to people who would otherwise have few options for long-term jobs.

Techno Brain was named Africa’s only Impact Sourcing BPO Service provider, alongside Indi Village in India, ECLARO in the Philippines, and Career Box, a South African impact sourcing influencer.

Since 2008, Techno Brain BPO has been one of the industry’s leaders, expanding organically to include offices in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia.

Business Process Outsourcing was listed as one of the six economic pillars defined in Kenya’s Vision 2030 blueprint in 2007.

Due to advancements in IT infrastructure, a high literacy rate, and a strategic location as an upcoming business hub for Africa, Kenya has become a favorite BPO destination around the world.

The Global Impact Sourcing Award, according to Techno Brain Group CEO Manoj Shanker, is a culmination of Techno Brain’s vision since its inception: to empower lives and communities around the world.

Receiving this award is a proud moment for all of us, and it reaffirms our dedication to providing training and jobs to those who are disadvantaged, especially those impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

“We strongly encourage other organizations to follow our lead.” He also reaffirmed Techno Brain’s dedication to seeing Kenya’s BPO potential completely realized.

“Techno Brain group has been a forerunner in promoting the of Impact Sourcing with a strong aim to reduce poverty through digital employment,” said Techno Brain BPO Director Vinay Subbaramaiah.

We have a tremendous obligation as a result of this award to continue to provide options for people who have scant prospects for long-term employment.”

CMMI® Institute, a subsidiary of ISACA (Information Technology Audit and Control Association), has also re-appraised Techno Brain Community at the highest maturity level (CMMI Level 5) for its dedication to a validated set of global best practices that drives business efficiency, including product growth, service excellence, and data management, for the third time.


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