He said there were about 500,000 cases requiring exorcism in Italy each year.
The population of Italy is about 60M, so this is nearly 1% of the population!
Anyway, it's a large number, so surely there must be savings to be made by offshoring the exorcism function. I've known managers who believed that the physical locks on an HSM in the Netherlands could be operated from Bangalore, so remote casting out of demons should be a doddle. As far as I know, the inverse square law doesn't apply to the forces of good and evil, so someone coming down a crappy line from afar should be just as effective as someone in the actual room - and also a lot safer.
I would give the exorcism contract to Tata, purely for their name.