On the first day of the Arab Outsourcing Conference in Dubai on May 09, 2011, Jordan launched its 2nd phase of ICT and Outsourcing development including but not limited to a new Zone in Irbid, the second largest city in Jordan, capitalize on the city youth population, availability of top universities, and the recently open Development Zone to further support the development of the promising Business Process Outsourcing Industry.
The information technology association of Jordan int@j has launched the IAOP chapter in Jordan, which will ease access and facilitate value delivery for various BPO companies who are members at int@j and provide them with framework and collectively focus on professional development, networking and advancement of outsourcing within specific areas of common interest.
The Information Technology Association of Jordan - int@j with support from the USAID Jordan Economic Development Program (SABEQ) has become a corporate member of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP). int@j has also established the Jordanian IAOP chapter, the second chapter in the region. The chapter will be initiated during a launch event to held in late May 2010