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Expert Global Solutions Opens New Flagship Site in the Philippines

New Headquarters to Be "Home" to 6,000 Employees

PLANO, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- Expert Global Solutions (EGS), a global leader in Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), proudly opens its new flagship site in the Philippines, EGS Centris. The Company will commemorate the occasion Wednesday, June 11, during a grand opening ceremony hosted by Bong Borja, President and Country Head. The event will be attended by local dignitaries and industry leaders, as well as EGS employees and executives.

With approximately 14,000 employees in the Philippines, EGS Centris is the seventh site for EGS in metro Manila and its eighth site in the Philippines. EGS Centris is located in a premier section of the Quezon City Triangle Park Central Business District, an emerging growth area, north of Metro Manila.

"We consider Centris a center of excellence for EGS' operations. It offers a state-of-the-art work environment for our employees, which facilitates the delivery of best-in-class service to our clients and their customers," said Ron Rittenmeyer, EGS Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer.

The new site occupies the entire South Tower of Cyberpod Centris Three (21 floors) and reflects EGS' brand and image. The building has close to 4,000 seats and is expected to be home to 6,000 employees when at full capacity. In addition to offering advanced technology and a superior working environment, EGS Centris promotes work-life balance with its own recreation area and gym.

"EGS Centris is a reflection of our outlook toward growth and our investment in our people. We're proud to offer our employees such an exceptional workplace in which to service our world-class customers," stated Jack Jones, EGS Chief Operating Officer.

EGS' Philippine operations are led by Bong Borja, one of the founding fathers of the Philippines BPO industry, and an outstanding and iconic leader.

"Our move to EGS Centris is a testament of our business growth and commitment to further invest in the development of EGS in the Philippines. We are excited about the growth potential for our current business and employees and look forward to welcoming new clients and talent to EGS," commented Mr. Borja.

In celebration of the new site, local, industry and EGS leaders will commemorate the grand opening of the new building on Wednesday, June 11.

About Expert Global Solutions
Expert Global Solutions, Inc. is the holding company for, among other companies, APAC Customer Services, Inc. and NCO Financial Systems, Inc. As a fully scaled and global partner serving all aspects of the Customer Relationship Management and Account Receivable Management customer lifecycle, EGS offers clients the unique complement of scale and a customized service delivery platform. EGS, through its APAC and NCO company brands, is a leader in addressing the needs of its customers. EGS is an equal opportunity employer. For more information, visit EGS's website: www.egscorp.com.

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