Our Office in Manila


While Karen and Brendan work with you from Melbourne, Australia, your offshore Capaciti staff work in a highly-developed modern office in the heart of Manila, Phillipines. Your staff can access a number of benifits such as:

  • A secure office with excellent communications infrastructure

  • High-security IT protection for reliable data protection

  • State-of-the-art hardware/software platforms

  • High speed internet connection

  • Online collaboration and productivity tools

  • Project Managers overseeing performance

We also provide you recruitment and payroll services. All charges are included in one monthly invoice.


Here are just some of the offshore Filipino staff that we've teamed up with Australian companies to help them where, when and how they need them most.


Check out these facts about the Philippines and its offshore staff offering

  • The first census of the Philippines was in 1877 and counted 5 ½ million inhabitants of the country.
  • By 2014, that number had risen to 100 million people.
  • There are approximately 180 individual native languages used across the Philippines.
  • The Philippines has the world’s largest English-speaking population after the United States and India with a 94% literacy rate.
  • Education spending accounts for 16.11% of the proposed 2015 national budget.
  • Last years’ Class of 2014 [University-level qualifications] numbered 553,000 graduates.
  • Goldman Sachs estimates that by the year 2050, the Philippines will be the 20th largest economy in the world.
  • HSBC also projects the Philippine economy to become the 5th largest economy in Asia and the largest economy in the South East Asian region by 2050. Time difference between Manila and Melbourne = 2 hours
  • Culturally akin to Western countries owing to shared history with America and accompanied by a strong work-ethic.
  • Hewlett Packard, JP Morgan, Macquarie Bank, White and Case, Virgin, Baker & McKenzie, ANZ Bank, Jetstar, Telstra and Coles all have significant offshore presence in the Philippines.
  • Tech-savvy and sociable, Filipinos use social media platforms 53 hours a week. That’s a whole 11 hours more than the global average of 42 hours. 
  • Public holidays in Manila for 2015