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I.T. one of the highest paying specializations in the PH

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 26, 2015

If you're a soon-to-be fresh graduate or already working your way up the corporate ladder, then you might want to read this. JobStreet Philippines has just released their Annual Salary Report 2015 showing the highest-paying specializations in the country which includes Information Technology or I.T. According to JobStreet's report, those who specialize in Information Technology (IT) receive the highest salary compared to other specializations. For Junior Executives with 1 to 4 years experience, IT / Computer - Software receives Php37,784 per month, followed by IT / Computer Network / Database Admin at Php33,029 per month. For Supervisors with 5 or…

Blogging Career & Contributors Invite

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: October 14, 2005

We've now opened doors for new contributors on Pinoy.Tech.Blog. Head over there to read the full entry and requirements. There are only 3 slots so you'd better hurry. Likewise, I posted something about Blogging Careers in the Philippines. Check them out at PTB. :)

Top 10 IT and Contact Centers in the Philippines Based on Manpower

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: April 30, 2015

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Apart from revenue, another good characteristic of a successful company is its number of employees. In this post, we list down the top IT companies and contact centers in the Philippines that has the most number of manpower. All of the companies on this list belong to the highest earning BPO companies in the Philippines with a combined revenue of over Php100 billion. Accenture – more than 15,000 Convergys Philippines Services Corp. – more than 15,000 Telephilippines Inc. – more than 15,000 TeleTech Customer Care Management Philippines Inc. – more than 15,000 Aegis PeopleSupport Inc. – 10,001-15,000 JPMorgan Chase Bank,…

Our Biggest Tech Stories of 2009

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: December 31, 2009

Looking back in the last 12 months, we've seen quite a number of exciting developments and news that we broke here on YugaTech. Let's do a quick run down here before the year ends. The year didn't start out well and we've seen a series of job cuts in the IT sector. Accenture Manila cuts hundreds of jobs as a result of the US recession. At least 500 people lost their jobs in one day and many hundreds more followed in the succeeding months. Epixtar Philippines closes down leaving 650 people jobless. KGB Philippines laid off 600+ agents. Dozens of…

Prioritizing Profitable Projects

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: May 25, 2007

After reading an old entry on "Prioritize Profitable Projects" over at Shoemoney.com, it reminded me of all the would-be, have-been, could-have-had projects I've collaborated with so many diverse, talented and highly-motivated people both in the blogging and non-blogging world. The precept of people prioritizing profitable projects applies almost 99% of the time and I would sometimes add it with a dash of "instant gratification first". This reminds me of an old research where kids were given a piece of chocolate. The catch was that they can eat the chocolate right away but won't get anything more. However, if they waited…

Globe Telecom acquires EGG for Php351 Million

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: August 5, 2008

Just got a copy of Globe's disclosure to the SEC announcing the 100% buyout of Entertainment Gateway Group and all its affiliated companies (EGGstreme of Hong Kong) for a total cash amount of Php351 Million. EGG is one of the leading mobile content providers in the Philippines, offering value-added services for mobile including music downloads, news & information, games, chat, and web to mobile messaging. EGG provides content not only in the Philippines but also Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, US and Dubai. It has also partnered with Friendster.com and Yahoo.com for web to mobile services. (Previous stories here points…

Yahoo! Philippines gets a new GM

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: August 27, 2009

Yahoo! officially announced this week that they have a new General Manager for the Philippines in the name of Jack Madrid, replacing former GM Jojo Anonuevo. Jack Madrid used to be Managing Director of Ayala Corporation, then MD of MTV Asia before becoming Director for Dell's Consumer Technical Support. Madrid replaces former Yahoo! Philippines's General Manager Jojo Anonuevo, who has taken a regional role within Yahoo!'s Emerging Markets business group. Pretty solid career record for the new GM although a friend pointed out some chatter over at Pinoy Exchange about Dell Pasay being sold to Teleperformance which mentioned him (hope…

Tech Job Cuts: Heads start Rolling

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: November 1, 2008

You know the tech industry is already affected by this credit crunch is when they all start announcing job cuts or lay-offs. These are just the big named companies. Start-ups are also doing the same thing. TC has a tracker here. Symantec - 880 Electronic Arts - 600 Motorola - 3,000 Xerox Corp - 3,000 Dell - 8,900 Yahoo -1,500 Texas Instruments - 650 Cisco Systems - 129 eBay - 1,500 Micron Technology - 1,500 Sony Ericsson - 450 Nvidia - 360 NXP semiconductors - 4,500 Social networking Hi5 made 15 job cuts, Adbrite trimmed down by 40, Mahalo dropped…

Intel to shut down Cavite facility by year-end

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: January 21, 2009

In a memo circulated among employees of Intel Philippines, the chipmaker has finally conceded and will shut down its facilities in Gen Trias, Cavite by end of 2009. According to a source who received the memo, Intel will no longer continue its plans to transfer its operations to Laguna (the one by NXP Semiconductors, formerly Philips Semiconductors, plant in Cabuyao as reported earlier). Intel has been taking bids and contracting 3rd party providers for the transfer but suddenly scrapped them altogether. The memo did not specifically indicate the reasons for the sudden reversal of decision. Since April 2008, Intel has…

Convergys Mobile Apply reaches more Filipinos

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: February 25, 2014

In order to help more Filipinos earn a living, Convergys has launched an end-to-end solution for those wanting to look for a job in the comforts of their smartphones. Today, it was reported that the company is expecting thousands of applicants more to add to their usual number for this year. Almost a month ago, Convergys has just launched the 'Convergys Mobile Apply'. It is an optimized website that can be accessed from any tablet or smartphone (visit careers.convergys.com), with no OS compatibility issues, to give potential employees an easier way of browsing through career opportunities that are currently available.…