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Nominate: Top IT Companies to Work for in 2012

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 18, 2012

In 2009, we wrote a story about top IT companies to work for here in the Philippines. It's one of the most highly engaged stories we've had with over a thousand comments. We wanted to update the same story but thought of involving our readers this time. So we're asking you to send in your nominations for our top 10 IT companies to work this 2012. We're partly inspired by Fortune's annual list of best companies to work for. We've already done our own research but wanted to expand the list first before publishing the story. Our criteria revolves around…

JobStreet reveals Top 10 Companies of 2015

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: August 4, 2015

JobStreet has revealed the Top 10 Companies of 2015, showing a list of companies that job hunters want to work for. Below is the roundup of companies: 1. San Miguel Corporation 2. Nestle Philippines 3. Accenture 4. Shell Philippines 5. Procter & Gamble Philippines 6. SM Investments Corporation 7. ABS-CBN Corporation 8. BDO Unibank 9. Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines 10. Unilever Philippines According to JobStreet, this year's survey show that benefits and incentives, health insurance, and training and development as primary reasons why candidates want to work in these companies aside from salary. In addition, younger employees and managers also prefer…

Top earning BPO companies in the Philippines

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: January 1, 2014

Are you planning to start a career in the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry this 2014 but don't know yet which company to work for? This list might help. Here are the top earning BPO companies in the Philippines. Pasig City Rep. Roman Romulo, an industry supporter, has released a list of the country's top BPO companies based on on their revenues generated in 2012. 1. Accenture Inc. (Php28.104 billion in revenues) 2. Convergys Philippines Services Corp. (Php17.281 billion) 3. JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A-Philippine Global Service Center (Php10.805 billion) 4. 24/7 Customer Philippines Inc. (Php7.711 billion) 5. Telephilippines Inc. (Php7.241…

Top IT Companies based on Employee Salaries

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: March 2, 2009

GigaOm ran a quick report on the top tech companies is the US based on the average salaries they gave their engineers/developers and Google came out on top. I wonder which tech companies in the Philippines would be on the top 10 if we had the same salary information. Based on the numerous feedback I get from regular folks in the IT circle, here are my top guesses: A lot of old classmates/schoolmates I heard that were employed to HP fresh from college says they have great salary packages. One fresh grad even got a car loan on his first…

Top earning BPO & Call Center Companies in the Philippines

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: January 21, 2015

Last year we showed you a list of the top earning call center and BPO companies in the Philippines. This time we're updating that list which includes new firms and figures. Find out if your company is included. The list is provided by Pasig City Rep. Roman Romulo as reported by Manila Standard Today. The top firms list is "based on their combined revenues of P250 billion ($5.9 billion) in 2013." Below are the top 45 BPO and Call Center companies in the Philippines: 1. Accenture Inc. (Php32.429 billion) 2. Convergys Philippines Services Corp. (Php19.830 billion) 3. 24/7 Customer Philippines

The 3 biggest Internet companies in the Philippines

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: July 18, 2014

World Startup Report (WSR) has recently published their latest report showcasing the biggest Internet companies in each country. Read on to find out who's our biggest here in the Philippines, and around the world, for 2014. Internet companies listed below are based on their U.S. Dollar valuation. Philippines: iRemit (Payments) - $78 million Morphlabs (B2B) - $40 million Metrodeal (E-Commerce) - $30 million For comparison, here's the big three from the U.S.: Google (Search) - $410 billion Amazon (E-Commerce) - $187 billion Facebook (Communication) - $183 billion The top 3 for global is lead the by U.S. and Chinese Internet…

Most Innovative Companies of 2014: Apple, Google, Samsung

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: November 3, 2014

The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a global management consulting firm and the world's leading advisor on business strategy, has recently published their 50 Most Innovative Companies of 2014. Topping their list are tech titans Apple, Google, and Samsung. Technology companies dominate BCG's list and as mentioned earlier, Apple, Google, and Samsung topped the list, followed by Microsoft at 4th place. If we're going to filter out smartphone manufacturers, Sony lands at 10th, LG Electronics at 17th, Lenovo Group at 23rd, Xiaomi Technology at 35th, and Huawei Technologies at 50th. Click for a larger image. The 2014 Most Innovative Companies report…

Facebook taps 7 anti-virus companies to boost security

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: October 17, 2012

In its effort to improve security for its users, Facebook has announced its partnership with seven new anti-virus companies. "Our new anti-virus partners bring with them both the latest software and comprehensive intelligence. As with our existing partners, these seven companies will help protect Facebook's community of over a billion users by improving our URL blacklist system. This system scans trillions of clicks per per day, and before each click, the system consults the databases of all our AV Marketplace partners to make sure the website you are about to visit is safe. This means that whenever you click a…

HP to break up into two separate companies

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: October 6, 2014

HP has just announced that the company will be reorganized into two separate companies, one to focus on the enterprise market and the second into consumer electronics. The first company will be called Hewlett-Packard Enterprise which will be catering to businesses and enterprise customers while the second company will be called just HP Inc. which will be handling the PC and Printer business. Both new companies will still be publicly traded. Here's a copy of the news announcement by HP:

LF: Home-based Medical Transcription Work

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: February 8, 2007

I'm looking for any gig related to medical transcription work or related fields. Should be home-based. It's not for me but I'm helping out an old friend get some part-time job while he's finishing med school. If you know of some work related in this area, please direct me to them. I'm also hooking him up with with blog networks that needs bloggers in the med industry. Any help would be greatly appreciated.