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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

141 Worldwide

141 Worldwide

13 P.M. Enterprises

13 P.M. Enterprises

1&1 Internet Philippines, Inc.

1&1 Internet Philippines, Inc.

University of Santo Tomas Hospital (USTH)

University of Santo Tomas Hospital (USTH)

Staff Alliance, Inc.

Staff Alliance, Inc.

Our Lady of Fatima University

Our Lady of Fatima University

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Equitable PCI Bank

Equitable PCI Bank was one of the largest banks in the Philippines, being the third-largest bank in terms of assets. It is the result of the merger of Equitable Banking Corporation and Philippine Commercial International Bank, or PCI Bank. It was known for a wide range of services from savings to insurance and, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Equitable CardNetwork, was the largest Philippine credit card issuer. The bank merged with Banco de Oro Universal Bank in early 2007, and is now branded as "BDO" as its new identity as part of the new Banco de Oro Unibank, Inc.


The Development Bank of the Philippines

The Development Bank of the Philippines (Filipino: Bangko sa Pagpapaunlad ng Pilipinas), commonly known by its initials, DBP, is a state-owned development bank in Makati City, Philippines.

It is the seventh-largest bank in the Philippines in terms of assets, and is the second-largest government-owned bank, next only to Landbank. It is also one of the largest government-owned and/or controlled corporations (GOCCs) in the Philippines.


China Banking Corporation

China Banking Corporation, known publicly as Chinabank or China Bank , is one of the largest banks in the Philippines, ranking eleventh in terms of assets. It is controlled by the SM Group of Companies, one of the largest conglomerates in the Philippines and owner of the SM chain of malls. It is the sister bank of Banco de Oro, owing to their similar ownership structure.


Bank of the Philippine Islands

The Bank of the Philippine Islands or BPI (PSE: BPI) is the oldest bank in the Philippines still in operation and is the third largest bank in the country in terms of assets. BPI still holds the record as the largest bank in terms of market capitalization in the Philippines (P136 billion = US$3.24 billion as of March 2008), and has consistently been the most profitable bank in the Philippines. It is owned by the Ayala Corporation - the largest conglomerate in the Philippines, and is based in Makati City's Central Business District, on the corner of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas, across from the Philippine headquarters of HSBC.

BPI is also the oldest bank in Southeast Asia and has a long and distinguished history that spans over a century. It has either influenced or has been influenced by many nations, including parts of the former Spanish Empire, especially Mexico, and the United States. While it is considered by many as an old institution, BPI is trying, with moderate success, to promote itself as a dynamic institution that caters to its various clients, which hail from various sectors of Philippine society.

BPI also pioneered rural banking in the Philippines, as its countryside banking operations preceded that of many other banks' rural banking operations by many years. Today, it maintains a large rural branch network, with some branches dating bank to the Spanish or American colonial periods. Its branch network of 830 branches is by far the largest branch network of any bank in the Philippines.

The bank has received several awards from various financial magazines, such as Euromoney and the Far Eastern Economic Review. Its most recent award was for the best retail bank in the Philippines in 2005.


Banco Filipino

Banco Filipino Savings and Mortgage Bank, commonly known as Banco Filipino or BF, is one of the largest savings banks in the Philippines. It is known not only for its innovative offerings but also for its troubled history. It is also known for some property developments such as BF Homes, a subdivision in Parañaque City.


Asian Development Bank

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a regional development bank established in 1966 to promote economic and social development in Asian and Pacific countries through loans and technical assistance. It is a multilateral development financial institution owned by 67 members, 48 from the region and 19 from other parts of the globe. ADB's vision is a region free of poverty. Its mission is to help its developing member countries reduce poverty and improve the quality of life of their citizens.

The work of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is aimed at improving the welfare of the people in Asia and the Pacific, particularly the 1.9 billion who live on less than $2 a day. Despite many success stories, Asia and the Pacific remains home to two thirds of the world's poor.

The bank was conceived with the vision of creating a financial institution that would be "Asian in character" to foster growth and cooperation in a region that back then was one of the world's poorest. ADB raises funds through bond issues on the world's capital markets, while also utilizing its members' contributions and earnings from lending. These sources account for almost three quarters of its lending operations.

Although recent economic growth in many member countries have led to a change in emphasis to some degree, throughout most of its history the bank has operated on a project basis, specifically in the areas of infrastructure investment, agricultural development and loans to basic industries in member countries. Although by definition the bank is a lender to governments and government entities, it also provides direct assistance to private enterprises and has also participated as a liquidity enhancer and best practice enabler in the private sectors of regional member countries.

The primary human capital asset of the bank is its staff of professionals, encompassing academic and/or practical experts in the areas of agriculture, civil engineering, economics, environment, health, public policy and finance. Professional staff are drawn from its member countries and given various incentives to relocate to Manila.

It is conceivable that once all of Asia-Pacific reaches a certain level of living standard the bank will be wound down or reconfigured to operate as a commercial enterprise.


Asia United Bank

Asia United Bank (AUB) is a commercial bank located at Parc Royale Condominium, Doña Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City.[1]

On September 25, 1997, the Monetary Board of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas granted the bank the licenses to operate as a commercial bank. The operations commenced on October 31, 1997.

AUB was formed by Filipino industrialists and Taiwanese banks, namely: Republic Biscuit Corporation, Lambda Holdings, China United Trust & Investment Corporation, China Development Industrial Bank, Magis Equity Ventures, and a few individuals.


San Miguel Corporation

San Miguel Corporation (PSE: SMC and SMCB) is the largest publicly listed food, beverage and packaging company in the Philippines. As of 2001, its business generated 3.6 percent of the Philippines' gross domestic product and 4.5 percent of the government's tax revenue.

Founded in 1890 as a brewery, San Miguel now makes nine out of every 10 bottles of beer, 87 percent of the soft drinks, 60 percent of the processed meat and 40 percent of the poultry sold in the Philippines. The trade-name San Miguel, originates from the local brewery of San Miguel, Barcelona, Spain.

The company has over 100 facilities in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, China, and Australia. Its major operating facilities include five breweries, four glass plants, two metal closure and lithography plants, two plastic case plants, and a coconut oil mill. San Miguel is one of the Philippines' biggest private employers, with over 25,900 employees.

The company reported a net income of $171 million in 2005. As of the first half of 2006, the company's net income had grown 15 percent from a year earlier to P4.36 billion ($83.4 million) following the consolidation of its Australian subsidiary, National Foods Ltd.


Allied Bank

Allied Bank, formally known as Allied Banking Corporation, is one of the largest banks in the Philippines, ranking tenth in terms of assets. It is also one of two universal banks in the Philippines not to be traded on the Philippine Stock Exchange, the other being the United Coconut Planters Bank.


The Manila Times

The Manila Times is the oldest existing English language newspaper in the Philippines. It is published daily by The Manila Times Publishing Corp. with editorial and administrative offices at 371 A. Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila.

It was founded on October 11, 1898, shortly after news that the Treaty of Paris would be signed, ending the Spanish-American War and transferring the Philippines from Spanish to American sovereignty. It presently bills itself as the fourth-largest newspaper in the Philippines in terms of circulation, beating the Manila Standard Today but still behind the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the Manila Bulletin and the Philippine Star.


Manila Standard Today

The Manila Standard Today is the fourth-largest broadsheet newspaper in the Philippines as of 2006. Initially established as the Manila Standard, it merged with another newspaper of record, Today, on March 6, 2005. It was the first newspaper merger in the Philippines.


Manila Broadcasting Company, Inc.

Manila Broadcasting Company, Inc. is a radio television network in the Philippines. Its AM flagship station, DZRH is the oldest radio station in the country.


Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation

Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) is a Philippine VHF television network of the Government Communications Group headed by the Press Secretary. Its studios are located at Broadcast City, Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City and its transmitter is at San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City.


Manila Bulletin

The Manila Bulletin, (also known as the Bulletin and was previously known as Bulletin Today) is the Philippines' largest broadsheet newspaper by circulation, followed by the Philippine Daily Inquirer. It bills itself as "The Nation's Leading Newspaper", which is its official slogan. Founded in 1900 as a shipping journal, it is the second-oldest Philippine newspaper, second only to The Manila Times.

It was used to be owned by a swiss expatriate named Hans Menzi. The Manila Bulletin survived the Martial law era of President Ferdinand Marcos for Propaganda Purposes.

The newspaper is owned by Filipino-Chinese business mogul Emilio Yap, who, aside from the Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation (the paper's controlling company), also owns the Manila Hotel and Euro-Phil Laboratories. The company has been listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange since 1990, and had revenues of approximately US$45 million in 2004. Besides its flagship it publishes two other daily newspapers, Tempo and Balita, as well as nine magazines such as the Philippine Panorama, Bannawag, Liwayway, Bisaya and a host of other journals in English, Tagalog, Cebuano and other Philippine languages.

In addition it maintains the oldest news web site in the Philippines.

On December 22, 2007, survey results by Nielsen Media Research "Nielsen Media Index Study (Enhanced Wave 2)," covering the whole year of 2007, showed that the Philippine Daily Inquirer (parent company of was the choice of 53% "of those who said they had read a broadsheet" with 1.3 million readers. Manila Bulletin came second with 47 % (1.17 million readers), while the Philippine Star was third with 42% (1.05 million readers). Nielsen survey also showed that the Sunday Inquirer Magazine, led in its category, with 39% readership, Panorama came in second with 35%, while Starweek was third with 12%.


GMA Network

Global Media Arts (GMA) Network, Incorporated, a Philippine multi-media conglomerate, is a television network in the Philippines. GMA provides news and entertainment programs through its forty-seven fully-owned television relay stations, four affiliate television stations and thirty-four radio stations throughout the Philippines. The network also offers its shows worldwide through GMA Pinoy TV and GMA Life TV.

Its headquarters, the GMA Network Center, is located at EDSA corner Timog Ave., Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. Atty. Felipe Gozon is its current Chairman and CEO. In Metro Manila, its using terrestrial VHF Channel 7 (DZBB-TV), Channel 11 (DZOE-TV, leased from ZOE Broadcasting Network, operated by Q) and terrestrial UHF Channel 27 (DWDB-TV).


Manila Water

The Manila Water Company, Inc. is a public utility company in the Philippines. Manila Water, as it is more commonly known, is the East Concessionaire of MWSS (Metropolitan Water Works and Sewerage System) during its privatization on August 1, 1997, with its counterpart Maynilad Water Services, Inc. as the West Concessionaire.



The Manila Electric Company, also known as MERALCO, is the Philippines' largest distributor of electrical power. The word MERALCO, is an acronym for Manila Electric Railroad And Light COmpany, which was the company's original name from 1903 to 1919.

MERALCO is the Metro Manila's only electric power distributor and holds the power distribution franchise for some 22 cities and 89 municipalities, including the whole of Metro Manila and Mega Manila region.


Fortune Tobacco

Fortune Tobacco is a private Philippine tobacco company that produces cigarettes, and with subsidiaries Tanduay Distillers and Asia Brewery, produces beer, liquor and bottled water. The company is majority-owned by magnate Lucio Tan and is also owned by the government.

Brands include Hope, Champion, Westpoint and licensed brands from R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.


Bayan Telecommunications

Bayan Telecommunications Inc. (BayanTel) is a telecommunications company serving areas in Metro Manila, Bicol and local exchange service areas in the Visayas and Mindanao regions combined cover a population of over 25 million, nearly 33% of the population of the Philippines.

Its operating units in the provincial fronts are the following: BayanTel - Bicol for Bicol region; BayanTel - Eastern Visayas for Samar & Leyte provinces; and BayanTel - South Mindanao for Davao del Sur and South Cotabato particularly Davao City and General Santos City, and BayanTel - Agusan for North Mindanao areas particularly Butuan City and Agusan Towns; respectively.

BayanTel is also a provider of data and communications services such as dedicated domestic and international leased lines, frame relay services, Internet access, and other managed data services like Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL).

Digital Telecommunications Philippines

Digital Telecommunications Philippines, commonly known as Digitel, is the second-largest fixed-line and the third-largest mobile telecommunications company in the Philippines. It is also the company that owns Sun Cellular, the Philippines's fastest-growing mobile phone service.

The company is owned by JG Summit Holdings, one of the country's largest conglomerates.


Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company

The Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company, commonly known as PLDT, is the largest telecommunications company in the Philippines.


Globe Telecom

Globe Telecom, commonly known as Globe, is the second-largest telecommunications company in the Philippines, providing a diversified set of fixed-line and mobile telecommunications services.


Sunday, August 10, 2008

Oberthur Card Systems

With sales above 600 million dollars in 2005, Oberthur Technologies is one of the world’s leading providers of card-based solutions, software and applications including SIM and multi-application smart cards as well as services ranging from consulting to personalization. Innovative products, security expertise and high quality services ensure Oberthur Technologies’ strong positioning in its main target markets.


TELUS International Philippines

TELUS International Philippines is a pioneer in the global outsourcing industry. Backed by a multi-national, multi-billion dollar Canadian telecommunications giant, TELUS International delivers extraordinary customer service and value to the world’s most sophisticated clients.

We provide a full range of cost-effective, high-quality contact center and IT solutions for customer care, sales, technical support, market research, back-office support, IT development and business process outsourcing. Clients include companies in the utilities, high-tech, travel, hospitality, telecommunications and financial services industries.

TELUS International has invested heavily in efficient business processes, leading technology and finding the best human resources. We employ cutting-edge technology via a fully redundant fiber optic network. Our screening and training processes identify and develop agents and IT professionals with an exceptional customer-centric focus. Our people are dynamic, think on their feet, and can quickly and effectively resolve customer inquiries. All of which underpins our commitment to clients: superior service quality and cost-effective delivery.


Chase Technologies Corporation

Chase Pacific Technology, now incorporated as Chase Technologies Corporation (CTC), is a leading provider of bar code, automatic data collection and business management solutions.CTC ensures stock availability of wide product offerings from brand quality names in competitive prices. Through the expertise of our sales engineers, programmers and technical staff, we provide systems integration, software solutions, and service support.With 13 years of experience in IT, CTC is a recognized distributor and partners of Metrologic Laser Scanners, Datamax Barcode Printers, Cipherlab Auto-ID Products, Ithaca Receipt Printer and equipment.

With our unparalleled AHEAD Point of Sale Management, you can learn how your business can get up to date information, improve gross margins, implement effective stock control, adopt responsive purchasing, avail of other profit opportunities, and secure rapid transactions.

Tapping us would enable you to enjoy unparalleled service, warranty up to three years for selected equipment, back-up units, on-site service, phone-in support, on-line support, on-site repair, in-house repair, after sales support and maintenance support. All these are possible because we have staff who are adequately prepared to handle specific equipment and any problems related to their operation.

Among our satisfied clients are established manufacturing, retail, educational, corporate, government, bank, and utility firms.Our product are also available through a network of revelers, system integrators and software companies in many areas in the Philippines.


Astra (Philippines) Inc.

Astra (Philippines) Inc. is a Software Development company providing high quality services and products for the Japan market. We offer a wide range of outsourcing services from engineering custom software to development and delivery of mobile and web-based content. As the product Research and Development arm of the Astra Group of Companies, we also create core software products and development tools.


ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation

ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation, a Philippine multi-media conglomerate, is the largest integrated media and entertainment company in the Philippines with an asset base of more than PHP28 billion (US$613 million) as of current 2007. ABS-CBN is principally involved in television and radio broadcasting, as well as the production of television programming for domestic and international audiences and other related businesses. It was founded on June 13, 1946, becoming Asia's first commercial television broadcaster. It is part of the Lopez Group of Companies. It also broadcasts content to the rest of the world through The Filipino Channel.

The network's main broadcast facilities, news headquarters, transmitter and satellite operations and studio complex are located at the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center at Barangay Laging Handa, Diliman, Quezon City. In Metro Manila, its terrestrial VHF station is Channel 2 (DWWX-TV) while its terrestrial UHF station is Studio 23 (DWAC-TV). The company is slated to begin broadcasting digital television starting in January 2008, although it has been presumably delayed since there were no announcement during the entire month of January that the signal is now digitized. It is now expected to begin its digital broadcasting by the end of 2008.

On March 3, 2008, Executive Vice-President Charo Santos-Concio had been promoted as 5th president of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp., taking over from interim president Eugenio Lopez III.


Ayala Corporation

FinanceAsia, a regional magazine on Asian financial markets, recently named Ayala Corporation as the Best Company in the Philippines in the Asia’s Best Companies 2002 survey. Ayala Corporation won the top spot in two categories: Overall Best Company and Company Most Committed to Corporate Governance.

The survey, which will be disclosed in full in the April issue of FinanceAsia magazine, was conducted among institutional investors and equity analysts from around the globe. It covers the performance of the top companies in 10 countries in Asia. In the Philippines, Ayala Corporation led as Overall Best Company, earning 50 out of 331 votes, or 15 percent of all votes. It was followed by San Miguel Corporation, which received 36 votes, and SM Prime Holdings, with 34 votes. Other companies in the Overall Best Company category were Jollibee Foods Corporation, Globe Telecom, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT), and Ayala Land.

Ayala Group companies figured prominently in all categories. Ayala Corp. ranked first in the category Company most committed to Corporate Governance with 61 votes, followed by PLDT with 25 votes. In the same category, BPI, Globe, and Ayala Land placed third, sixth, and eighth respectively. Ayala Corp., Globe, and BPI also ranked high in Best in Investor Relations.

Ayala Corp. was ranked second best in Best Financial Management, bested by San Miguel by only one vote. Other firms which rated highly were Globe, SM Prime, PLDT, BPI, Jollibee and Ayala Land, which tied with JG Summit in eighth place. Globe Telecom’s Delfin Gonzales was named Best Chief Financial Officer. Globe Telecom’s commitment to enhancing shareholder value was also recognized as third best among the country’s top companies. It was followed closely by Jollibee, Ayala Corp. and BPI.

Ayala Corporation recently announced a new strategy aimed at delivering increased shareholder value over the medium-term. Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, president and CEO of Ayala Corp., explained that the company needs to be much more active in the management of its portfolio and that it needs to focus on building new businesses more aggressively. The company is potentially looking at structurally attractive industries in the Philippines where it feels it can achieve a position of leadership, as well as some select overseas exposure.

Explained Zobel: “We need to be much more active in how we manage our portfolio. We will not just hold businesses on an ‘as is’ basis. In this fast changing world, we will need to be prepared to constantly change our strategic stake in each of our existing businesses – bring in new partners, build regional and even global alliances, merge businesses with others. We need to be more open minded about how businesses evolve, more focused on value creation, and more prepared to forfeit control where doing so is best for the business.”

Zobel said this new strategy entails the creation of a new division within Ayala Corporation. Internally known as AC Capital, the new division has taken over responsibility for all domestic non-listed subsidiaries and will manage these businesses as a separate portfolio. AC Capital will be charged with finding new and creative ways for Ayala Corp. to create more value from each of these businesses and will also be the vehicle which will drive its new business building efforts.


Thursday, August 7, 2008

Banco De Oro Unibank, Inc.

"BDO" could stand for "Big Darn Operation," but instead, it's short for Banco de Oro Unibank, the latest iteration of a merger that took place in 2007 between two Filipino entities, Banco de Oro Universal Bank and Equitable PCI Bank. Since 1968, Banco de Oro has provided corporate, commercial, retail, and investment banking services throughout the country. Established in 1938, Equitable PCI brings to the coupling its commercial banking, small and middle market lending, trust, leasing, and remittances expertise. Combined, BDO operates a network of more than 680 branches and some 1,200 ATMs in Metro Manila, as well as the Luzon, Mindanao, and Visayas provinces.



F Models is a group of young, sexy, talented, well-educated females who undergo a rigid training in MODELING for FREE. We are definitely not a modeling agency.

Some members came from different "modeling agencies" but most of them were personally discovered and trained by OUR OWN DIRECTOR.

Most of them already experienced runway / ramp modeling and pictorials for some WELL-KNOWN PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS and their organizations.


Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. We combine industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers in the financial, legal, tax and accounting, scientific, healthcare and media markets, powered by the world's most trusted news organization. With headquarters in New York and major operations in London and Eagan, Minnesota, Thomson Reuters employs more than 50,000 people in 93 countries.


The Purple Oven

The Purple Oven is the supplier (or used to be) of Starbucks. The name Purple Oven was chosen because an oven is the main equipment in the company's trade, and purple because the color signifies excellence, something that the company is passionate about.


Jollibee Foods Corporation

Jollibee Foods Corporation widely known as Jollibee is a fast-food restaurant chain based in the Philippines. It is an American-style fast-food restaurant with Filipino-influenced dishes specializing in burgers, spaghetti, chicken and some local Filipino dishes. Currently the biggest fast-food chain in the country, it also has locations in the United States, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Indonesia, Dubai and Brunei. Jollibee is also the name of their mascot, a large bee in a blazer, shirt and chef's hat.


Litespeed Education Pte, Ltd

Litespeed Education Pte, Ltd. (LES) is an educational company founded in 1998 and managed by a group of ex-teachers. With a focus on innovation, Litespeed has been featured in the press and media. It has won awards for its educational products and services, i.e. The Catch Them Young Sports and Academic Program and Dr. Grammar.

Litespeed's value proposition to Singapore schools is not just to provide a knowledge box, but to provide schools with a box filled with a suite of services, content and technologies. All these are innovatively integrated with the purpose of collaborating with each and every school to achieve their ability-driven vision.

Litespeed is proud to be the only educational company that has received TEC support and the Innovator's Award at the PS21 Excel Convention in October 2001 for it's Diagnostic Tutoring Assessment System (DTAS). DTAS is found in Litespeed's 1st e-learning product, Dr. Grammar. Launched in August 2001, Dr. Grammar is now used in several schools in Singapore and regional countries like Indonesia and Hong Kong.

Litespeed has also won the TEC Award in 2002 for its second innovation – the Intelligent Content Assessment Marking (ICAM) System. ICAM is able to mark open-ended content and accurately profile a learner's performance. With the potential of saving thousands of man-hours marking open-ended scripts in English and Science, this technology wowed over 30 Primary Schools in a TEC supported trial. We hope to empower all schools with these innovations to facilitate a faster and smarter way of learning.


Ann Siang Media Pte Ltd

Ann Siang Media Pte Ltd is a leading online media consultancy company offering web portal management services to several high-value partners in niche sectors. The company produces comprehensive web media solutions including web design and copy writing, programming, billing services and customer support.

Based in Singapore, Ann Siang Media creates and offers unique solutions that are both innovative and practical to aspiring start-ups or established businesses seeking a wider outreach.


Wednesday, August 6, 2008


SITEL approaches every customer interaction as an opportunity to build your brand and strengthen the customer relationship. With customer contact centers across the globe, we are geographically positioned and uniquely prepared to deliver added value to your business by providing exceptional service to existing customers and building your business through the addition of new customers.

Drawing on nearly 20 years of experience touching every point of the customer relationship lifecycle, SITEL has developed a set of global best practices that ensure consistency in technology, human resources, and operational management in every site. Supporting this consistency is a client-centric organizational structure providing a single point of accountability for our clients' solutions.

As one of the few companies with the scale, expertise, and technological resources necessary to serve the worldwide needs of both small and large corporations, SITEL supports the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) strategies of many of the world's most successful companies.


IBM Daksh

IBM Daksh Business Process Services Philippines Inc. is the fastest growing Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services provider in India. IBM Daksh Business Process Services Philippines Inc. manages customer care services and back office processes for leading global organizations in the domains of banking, insurance, financial services, travel, technology, telecom and retail. Our services include customer care, technical support, data conversion, collections, telesales, transaction processing and other value additions.

Daksh ensures exceptional client experience through world-class talent, strong management focus, dedicated business units and a strong financial platform.

Daksh is a leading provider of Business Process Outsourcing services to Fortune 500 companies in the areas of transaction processing and customer care services. We have extensive experience in running world-class service operations in the Indian and global environment.



Teletech is a leading global provider of customer management & business process outsourcing solutions. Established in the U.S. 23 years ago, Teletech is Headquartered in Denver, Colorado with a global network that extends across 68 customer management centers in North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, & Latin America. In 2001, Teletech began operations in the Philippines & since then we have built three centers in Fort Bonifacio, Pasay City, and the newest in Novaliches, Quezon City.


WinSource Solutions

WinSource Solutions, Inc. is one of the call centers in the Philippines offering Customer Service. WinSource Solutions is a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) company that brings the power of people, partnerships and possibilities within your reach. WinSource Solutions is committed to know and grow with your company, helping small or medium-sized business be all that it can be. WinSource Solutions, Inc. caters various call center operations.


ePLDT Ventus

ePLDT Ventus - the Call Center Company of PLDT. ePLDT Ventus provides offshore, cost-effective outsourcing solutions specializing in inbound customer care. A 100% subsidiary of Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company, the dominant telco solutions provider in the Philippines, ePLDT Ventus is your most viable option for outsourcing customer service solutions in the Philippines.



SYKES is one of the world's leading providers of end-to-end customer care management solutions - providing CRM solutions for many of the world's leading global companies.

SYKES has been providing expert outsourcing and consulting solutions to the world's leaders in the technology, finance and communications industries for over 25 years. Our methods of acquiring the best resources, integrating the latest technologies, and refining the best business processes enable SYKES to deliver true world class customer care management solutions to our clients. Whether you need outsourced support solutions, consulting for your strategic CRM initiatives, customized training systems, or business process redesign to enhance your business operations, SYKES is ready to deliver the experience, quality, and results you expect from a world-class company.


Epixtar International Contact Center

Epixtar International Contact Center Group, Ltd is a business process outsourcing (BPO) company - aggregating contact center capacity and robust telephony infrastructure to deliver comprehensive, turnkey services to the enterprise market. From campaign design through ongoing management, Epixtar delivers value-driven, creative outsourcing solutions for the customer relationship management (CRM) and telesales initiatives of third-party companies. Companies use Epixtar's marketing expertise and well-trained personnel to acquire, support, and enhance the customer experience, reduce costs and generate top-line revenue. Epixtar’s corporate headquarters is in Miami, Florida and it currently maintains two contact centers in Manila, Philippines, with developmental plans to expand to additional centers over the next 24 months.

Epixtar rigorously manages all aspects of the campaign performance equation to generate the most value for our clients. They invariably profit when Epixtar manages their customer acquisition, win-back, or retention initiatives. Epixtar achieves this through a rock-solid platform of technology, infrastructure, and operational organization. This foundation supports a set of standards that govern everything from the way we staff our centers to the client engagement process. These efforts are designed to guarantee that your campaign requirements are met – quickly, efficiently, and profitably.



ePERFORMAX Contact Center Philippines offers a unique model for companies interested in pursuing offshore business process outsourcing solutions for significant cost savings and improved value for every dollar invested. Our vision is driven by our passion to combine the low cost of labor and high work ethic in the Philippines with the best U.S. service practices to deliver the highest overall quality and financial performance.

ePERFORMAX U.S. is an award winning contact center best known for its Performance Maximization Model, which has become the training and quality model adopted and used by etalk™ Corporation and its customers. This Performance Maximization Model has already been successfully adapted to the Philippine culture to deliver superior performance results.

ePerformax Contact Center is proud to be a member of the Transnational Diversified Group of Companies.



ClientLogic is a global infrastructure service company focused on managing each stage of a customer’s experience. Client Logic provide and integrate a full suite of customer management services for our clients, allowing them to maximize their customer relationships through a single service provider.

A subsidiary of Canadian diversified company Onex Corporation, ClientLogic operates in 52 facilities in 13 countries throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. With 20,000 associates in the United States, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Morocco, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland and the United Kingdom. ClientLogic serves customers in 21 languages and numerous dialects. ClientLogic geographic presence positions to service companies that desire consistent, high-quality customer management solutions around the globe.


Ambergris Solutions

Ambergris Solutions is a leading call center in the Philippines, providing inbound customer care, inbound sales, technical support and business process outsourcing solutions to the utilities, IT, travel and hospitality and financial services industries.

Ambergris Solutions is a leading, Philippine-based provider of offshore customer care solutions to US-based clients in the utilities, IT, travel & hospitality, telecommunications and financial services industries. By locating its contact centers in the Philippines, and leveraging massive investments in new broadband infrastructure, Ambergris allows its clients to staff customer care desks with highly-trained, university-educated customer interaction professionals, for a fraction of the price of operating in-house help desks, or of outsourcing to stateside service bureaus.

Ambergris Solutions' state-of-the art customer contact centers provide a full-range of low-cost, high-quality customer relationship management (CRM) and back office solutions to US-based clients in the utilities, IT, travel & hospitality, telecommunications and financial services industries.


eTelecare Global Solutions

eTelecare Global Solutions has become a leading contact center outsourcer as a direct result of core competencies that meet our client's business needs for today and tomorrow.
eTelecare Global Solutions addresses your challenges with: • Unique strategic insights that streamline operations;
• Strong, data-driven connections to your customers; and
• Powerful continuous improvement strategies.

eTelecare Global Solutions staff is dedicated to your program and its success, backed by extensive training, rigorous oversight and a fully-redundant network. eTelecare Global Solutions handles millions of calls each year and our experience will help ensure your program’s success.

Outsourcing with eTelecare Global Solutions will introduce your company and your customers to a new world of quality, value and exceptional customer care.

eTelecare Global Solutions was named as one of the Offshore 100's Top 10 Leaders in Human Capital Development by NeoIT, the leading offshore advisory and management firm and CMP's Managing Offshore, the monthly newsletter for global sourcing managers.

eTelecare was named the Outstanding Employer of the Year, a very prestigious award from the Personnel Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), the country's leading association of over 1000 companies engaged in human resource management.


Teleperformance USA

At Teleperformance USA, we provide contact center solutions that enable our clients to acquire and manage customers more effectively.

Since our current CEO, Dominic Dato founded the company in 1993, Teleperformance USA has grown to become one of the largest contact center outsourcers in the US market.

The company was ranked in the teleservices industry Top 50* in its first year of operation, the youngest company ever to achieve this status. It has also won recognition as one of the fastest-growing teleservices agencies in the United States while maintaining its reputation as a quality-driven, client-focused outsourcing partner.

Teleperformance USA is part of the SR. Teleperformance Group, a worldwide leader in outsourced CRM solutions with worldwide revenues of $1.3 billion.


Smart Communications

This will be the first of the nth-part series about companies, based on first-hand experience and hear-says. Please, the reviews that I'm about to give in this series is just my opinion.

Ok, nung una kong narinig ang smart sabi nila.. ok daw ang pay dyan.. mataas.. at ang laki.. imagine 21th month BONUS (200+ thousand every december isang bagsak!) and matratrain ka talaga.. so syempre na-excite ang lola nyo.. but I had a single company in mind so hindi ko masyado sineryoso.

IT summit, ok.. mukhang may budget.. the inspirational talks lasted for 2 hours.. and their product promotions.. around 4 hours? at nagsimula na ang pagkabwisit ng mga tao (lalo na ako)

Interview? delayed by 2 hours lahat ng interviewees, hindi ba nila naisip na more than 100 ang students na nandun at hindi kayang i-accomodate ng kakapiranggot nilang tech-people? at grabe.. yung iba minadali yung iba ang tagal ng interview. Pero hindi wala dun kung matatanggap ka o hindi.

Nagpapaasa din sila ng applicant. Sinasabi nila "Congratulations! You exceeded our qualifications and expectations but we're sorry to tell you that we have no vacancies" (sa mga failed) at "Good day! You have been shortlisted in our vacancies"(sa mga passed). O dba? Tapos hindi naman nila tatawagan kahit sinabing "iforforward namin sa ibang technology" amp bat hindi na lang nila sabihin ng diretso..

No baka iniisip nyo kaya ako ganito dahil hindi ako pumasa. I passed the screening kahit ginago ko ang interview (dahil hindi ko nga sila gusto)

Heto.. kanina interview sa makati! SOWS! Napaaga ako ng punta pero bawal pumasok sa loob pag hindi mo pa time (so mega hintay ako sa labas! at umupo sa tabitabi na parang tanga) tapos yung guard!!!!! yung guard!!!! pinagkamalan pa akong nag shoplift.. (as if naman na may kukunin ako)

TAPOS yung HR! natapos na ang pag-exam namin at lahat wala man lang sinabi after.. hay nako...

iba din yung dating sa kanila...

hearsay: patayan ang trabaho.. totoong you'll work 24/7 365/12

so ayun.. 2 cents lang


Hewlett Packard (HP)

Hearsays: Mabagal daw ang pag-process ng application sa HP. Pero worth it.
It usually takes from 1-6 months bago ka mapansin.

Submitted resume thru mail, *ehem thanks tj*
got a call within a week (that was fast siguro nag improve na sila). Pagpunta ko sa SMPC.. mabait sila manong guard.. pag akyat ko sa 18th floor, mabait din si manong guard.. inalok pa ko ng kape.. Inoobserve ko yung mga nagtratrabaho.. mukhang mababait.. may "homey" feel sa office.. tsaka binabati nila si manong guard (sign na may respeto sila sa tao), yung iba dun nagsmile pa saken.. kaya natuwa naman ako.

Duguan daw at patayan din ang work. Most people tend to leave daw dahil hindi sila napupunta sa gusto nilang field.. so ayun umaalis.. mabagal daw ang salary growth.. pero sobrang OK ang working environment. Parang fountain of youth daw..

Na-invite ako sa Bootcamp nila nung 2 weeks ago.. ok naman ang preparations at mababait din lalo na mga alumni ng PLM. Tapos ayun.. may mga club club sila.. tapos nung pinanood ko yung mga videos parang nasa school ulit.. parang masaya..

Ang pinsan ko, job hopper, nasatisfy sa HP. Hindi nag job-hop after she got an offer.. proof lang na when you get to HP you'd want to stay in HP.

Si manong guard nga pala tsaka ung isang nagtratrabaho dun nung nag-aapply ako mabait, inalok pa ko ng kape at milo.. (UNLIKE SMART! MGA BASTOS! MGA BASTOS TALAGA! PARANG HINDI AKO TAO! PINAUPO AKO SA KALSADA!)

Interview process? Matagal pero masaya.. cool kausap yung mga naginterview sakin at kita mo na mabait silang tao.. (lam nyo yung gut-feel? na mabait yung tao ) ayun.. tapos mabilis ko naman nakukuha feedback ko..

so ayun.. sabi nila if you know how to invent, work for HP.
LoLz.. invent!

Ayun lang 2 cents ko lang din ulit.



Galante sa applicants.. I was blessed enough to be part of their Student Leadership Conference 2007 and AEP.NET 2007.. (Internship)

Magaling yung mga nagturo samin.. at magagaling din ang mga tao.. maganda daw at matratrain ka dito. yun nga lang hindi kalakihan ang basic salary mo lalo na't fresh grad.. pero mabilis daw ang growth mo.. magiging x200% in a year's time.. hindi ka din mabobore dahil sa paiba iba kang technology ilalagay.

Yun nga lang may something sa accenture na hindi ko mapoint.. parang may something..not right. Haha.. I know several people who work there but not happy, if I ask them the reason. "Di ko alam eh, basta hindi lang masaya" There must be that something kung bakit hindi sila masaya. Pero hindi ko naman nilalahat.

Meron din namang mga tao na masaya sa pagkakalagay nila sa Accenture ngayon. Malaki syang company and very stable. Galante din sa outings and trainings.. kaya hindi ka din magsisisi. Wala naman atang work na IT-related na hindi nakakapagod so as expected, mapapagod ka din dito.

May something sa mga Accenture employees na hindi ko ma point.. parang may "yabang", hindi naman sa sinasabi kong pangit ang maging mayabang pero yun nga.. medyo hindi ko lang kasi feel ang "yabang" factor nila.. pero hindi naman lahat..

rival company sya ng dream company ko..

Gusto ko din ang Accenture, kasi kung hindi ko nakilala ang dream company ko.. baka dito ako magwork kasi medyo at-home din (mayabang din naman ako hahaha)..

cons? 100k 2 year bond!!!! Pero heller?! Sino aalis ng company in less than a year? Job-hoppers lang yun..

2 cents ko lang


Trend Micro

Politics. Politics. Politics.
People there are immature.
Daig pa nila ang showbiz sa blind items.

Want proof?

It's a thread with the title "Is trend micro a great company?"

and then instead of praises, benefits, and good things about the company. There is nothing in that thread but blind items and warfare.

Why? Don't they have the balls to just fight it out personally? My oh my para talaga silang mga bata.. nakakadiri asal nila. Hindi ko nilalahat ah.
Pero kung ganito lang ang makikita ng mga nagbrobrowse. Nakaka turn-off.

2 cents lang po.


Convergys Philippines

About Convergys Philippines

Convergys Corp (Convergys Philippines), a member of the S&P 500 and the Forbes’ Platinum 400, is the global leader in integrated billing, employee care, and customer care services provided through outsourcing/licensing. Convergys Call Center Philippines brings together world-class resources, software, and expertise to help create valuable relationships between our clients, their customers, and their employees. This commitment is validated by the more than 1.5 M individual bills Convergys Call Center Philippines software produces each day to support more than 120 M subscribers, and by the more than 1.7 M separate customer and employee contacts Convergys Call Center Philippines manage each day, both live and via electronic interaction. Convergys Call Center Philippines employs more than 50,000 people in 50 customer contact centers and in our data centers and other offices in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, and Philippines. Convergys has world headquarters in Cincinnati.

Convergys Call Center Philippines employs more than 63,000 people in 64 customer contact centers and in our data centers and other offices in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

Working at Convergys

We offer more than just a job. We offer a relationship with the family that is Convergys – great benefits, award-winning people and a commitment to diversity. People and opportunity make a difference.


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Soluziona Philippines

About Soluziona Philippines

Soluziona Philippines is an international professional services firm offering total service in business transformation and information technology. We are the Asia-Pacific subsidiary of Soluziona Internacional, a global network of consulting firms operating in 47 countries.

We provide expertise in the fields of Management Consulting, Business Intelligence, Customer Relationship Management, e-Consulting, Applications Development and Strategic IT Outsourcing.

Our key value is in the knowledge and innovative skills of our people: over 7,500 professionals who have developed their successful experiences into expertise at helping clients implement change through strategic management thinking and proven integrated solutions. This knowledge is the best resource that we share with our clients.

Welcome to knowledge, Welcome to Soluziona.

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