Ang pagtatayo ng negosyo sa mga Next Wave Cities o competent cities na may imprastraktura, kuwalipikadong manggagawa at mapayapa ang nakikitang solusyon sa mabigat na trapiko sa Metro Manila.

“Through the Next Wave Cities program, we provide to industry investors extensive reports on the competency of these cities, such as number of quality educational institutions, infrastructures, and crime rate,” pahayag ni Monchito Ibrahim, deputy executive director ng ICT Office ng DoST.

“We want the local residents in the countryside to have decent employment opportunities, wherein they can earn salaries that are enough to support their needs without leaving their families,” dagdag ni Ibrahim at binanggit na magandang itayo ang IT-BPM sa iba’t ibang siyudad sa bansa.

Binigyan-diin ni Ibrahim na ang pagtungo sa Metro Manila ng mga taga-probinsya para magtrabaho sa business districts ang isa sa dahilan ng masikip na daloy ng trapiko sa Metro Manila.

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“The Next Wave Cities program concentrates on bringing Information Technology-Business Process Management (IT-BPM) companies and opportunities to the provinces. As such, it helps avoid the heavy flow of office workers in Metro Manila’s business hubs and decongest traffic in these places while giving more opportunities to those who want to build IT careers in the provinces,” pahayag ni Ibrahim.