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Nominate: Top IT Companies to Work for in 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 the following factors:

● Compensation – the higher the pay, the better right?
● Perks and incentives – some companies offer additional monthly bonuses, free meals, transpo, day care for kids, scholarships, gym memberships, etc.
● Flexibility – flexible office hours and work-from-home options
● Employee Enhancement Programs – schooling, trainings, certifications, MBAs, etc.
● Office environment – facilities, structural design, work spaces, workplace technology, etc.

We’ve pre-identified a few companies that are likely candidates and will be including them into the nominations.

International companies like Microsoft Philippines, HP Philippines, Intel Philippines, Oracle, Yahoo!, IBM Philippines, Emerson are on the shortlist. So are dev and consulting companies like ACS, Novare, Accenture, Logica.

There are a few more on our shortlist but we’ll let you send in your nominations and comments.

Go hit the comments and help us write this story!

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is one of the pioneers of blogging in the country and considered by many as the Father of Tech Blogging in the Philippines. He is also a technology consultant, a tech columnist with several national publications, resource speaker and mentor/advisor to several start-up companies.

79 Responses

  1. Avatar for troller troller says:

    Accenture is the best among rest i will travel far and wide searching for B-I-t-c-h ass homeboy to train them is my real task Accenture got catch them all :)

  2. Avatar for KS KS says:

    Good thing I saw this article, I’m currently looking for a job related to what I finished, ECE, and I want to work in the IT industry, now my problem is that before I graduated, I’m working for a good BPO company and stayed there for 3yrs now, since I want to change career and get back on track, I tried looking for an IT company but they keep pushing me into the BPO side of their organization.

    Anyone here knows an IT company who would welcome a not so fresh grad but has an excellent comm skills and above average analytic skills? Pls refer me if you don’t mind

    • Avatar for Usisero Usisero says:

      sa equitable masaya.. pure C doon,
      may .net positions rin
      maganda incentives at benefits kasi sila rin may ari ng maxicare :)

  3. Avatar for KS KS says:

    Good thing I saw this article, I’m currently looking for a job related to what I finished, ECE, and I want to work in the IT industry, now my problem is that before I graduated, I’m working for a good BPO company and stayed there for 3yrs now, since I want to change career and get back on track, I tried looking for an IT company but they keep pushing me into the BPO side of their organization.

    Anyone here knows an IT company who would welcome a not so fresh grad but has an excellent comm skills and above average analytic skills? Pls refer me if you don’t mind

  4. Avatar for Kevin Aladin Kevin Aladin says:

    Pointwest din!

  5. Avatar for Mary Joy Pascual Mary Joy Pascual says:

    Pointwest!

  6. Avatar for tester tester says:

    Pointwest – The best :)

  7. Avatar for TheResumeBuilder TheResumeBuilder says:

    I think what makes these companies the best is that simply because they respect and value their employees.

  8. Avatar for cyanide09 cyanide09 says:

    I second the motion about Safeway Manila. The people here are good. Work is not that toxic. We have platinum HMO cards. Okay rito!

  9. Avatar for Calvin Calvin says:

    i nominated yugatech networks. nice basic pay, and a whole lot of perks.

  10. Avatar for Boy Bawang Boy Bawang says:

    Yes Mr. Pogi I nominate too Synthesis Innovations, Inc. THE BEST!

  11. Avatar for Mr.Pogi Mr.Pogi says:

    Synthesis Innovations, Inc. :)

    • Avatar for Chongkey d luffy Chongkey d luffy says:

      This is a great company to work for

      starting salary is 13K
      Visual Studio 2003 technology
      Super greedy management

      No leave (leaves are only applicable to Senior Devs and up, Juniors = no work no pay)

      Recently the company just layed off 80% + Junior programmers

  12. Avatar for Prell Galang Prell Galang says:

    Are you only considering companies based in Manila?

    I work for an IT company in Pampanga called TwistResources and I believe it’s one of the best companies here, if not THE best.

    We have a great work environment plus bosses who are cool, innovative and down-to-earth. Our compensation package is at par with Manila rates. Below are some of our benefits:

    * company trip once a year (local or abroad)
    * free buffet lunch (yes, Mondays to Fridays!)
    * pantry supplies (coffee, juice, biscuits, etc.)
    * HMO
    * yearly increase

    We send employees out for external training as needed but we have a lot of talented, senior people that we can conduct our trainings in-house. No need to apply for promotions either. As long as you work hard and work well, the company will recognize your efforts.

    Management also allows people to work from home. Our office hours are semi-flexi as well.

    Need I say more?

  13. Avatar for Prell Galang Prell Galang says:

    Are you just looking for Manila IT companies?

    I work for a Software Development company in Pampanga called TwistResources and I think it’s one of the best companies here, if not THE best.

    We have a great work environment, the bosses are talented, innovative, cool and down-to-earth and compensation is at par with Manila rates. Aside from this, we get free lunch everyday, unlimited pantry supplies, free dinner in case of OT work, company trip once a year (local or abroad) plus the usual medical insurance and VL/SL credits.

    External training can be done as needed but we have so many talented senior people that we can virtually learn everything in-house.

    We also have semi-flexi office hours plusmanagement also allows employees to work from home from time to time.

    Need I say more? :)

  14. Avatar for spytb spytb says:

    I worked with Deltek Systems (Philippines), Ltd. for 5 years. Back then the benefits are already good and the salary is above the industry average. I heard that the benefits and salary are better now. :) I left because I need to attend to our family business.

    You can check out the curent job openings @ Jobstreet.

  15. Avatar for spytb spytb says:

    I worked with Deltek Systems (Philippines), Ltd. for 5 years. Back then the benefits are already good and the salary is above the industry average. I left because I need to attend to our family business.

    You can check out the curent job openings @ Jobstreet.

  16. Avatar for jonaflormicfren jonaflormicfren says:

    Yahoo and Microsoft maybe, not certain..

  17. Avatar for Albert Asilo Albert Asilo says:

    Pointwest Technologies Corporation
    :)

  18. Avatar for fjordz fjordz says:

    I nominate Trend Micro Philippines (TrendLabs). The compensation may not be that high as other local IT companies offer but for fresh grads, it’s good enough.

    When it comes to career growth, the company offer several programs that help and guide employees to track their career movements.

    In terms of incentives and performance bonus, the company is generous enough to give the appropriate amount to deserving employees.

    Lastly, the company is very serious in handling their employees. They offer certificate programs , trainings and even shoulder licensure exams to those deserving employees. The company has a heart as well to social service works such as participating in GK builds and other similar activities.

    • Avatar for Juan Paulo GO Juan Paulo GO says:

      Hi fjordz. Are you working at trend micro? I want to apply at trend micro. i’m an ECE fresh grad. I hear that there is a good career growth in this company. Can you refer me?. you can email me at juanpaulo_****@****.*** thanks =D

  19. Avatar for Rich Rich says:

    Some companies like IBM and Accenture would offer lower base pay but would brag about benefits and stuff when they come out with offers to lure prospective employees, but here’s the catch, You as an employee is on the raw end of the deal when you accept a lower base pay with more benefits. Yes, your tax may be a bit lower because you have a lower base pay, but then, you stand to lose in the long run.

    The first thing that would suffer is your market value, when you move over to another company. they would ask you how much your salary is. then they would most probably just add around 10k to your current salary, when they present their Job offer to you. You will miss out on your goal of reaching a certain salary grade by the time that you reach a certain age.

    Two, those so-called benefits aren’t guaranteed most of the time & can be written-off by your employers quite easily, especially those allowances, if they are suffering in terms of revenue. Remember the financial crisis some time in 2009? :)

    Anyway,
    I got a chance to chat with someone from Safeway, he’s been interviewed for a remote desktop admin post at Fujitsu, why am I there? because I was interviewed as well, but for a different IT position.. LOL

    Anyway, the guy said that the pay in Safeway is “ok”, but the work is toxic!

    there’s only a few of them in their team and there’s always a deluge of problem tickets everyday. and their boss doesn’t seem to want to add more people to lighten their load. (sinusulit)

    ———————–

    @Sir Yuga,

    Aside from those criteria that you mentioned, maybe you might wanna include “Work Toxicity” to rank the companies.

    As there really are companies who makes their employees work for every centavo they are paid for, even if the base pay isn’t really something to brag about(sinusulit).

    Every employer should realize that there should be work-life-balance, in some companies, there’s only work-work balance.

    What I mean is, in some companies, they make it hard for their employees to take a leave from work. They reason out that the others left at the office would have to work double-time when someone takes a leave… and that shouldn’t be the case.

    Companies that I know of who are like that, are those BPOs (read: call centers who hires people not to take in calls, but to work for IT outsourcing jobs)

    • Avatar for ICE ICE says:

      “Work Toxicity” sir d ata pwede yan , pag na badmouth yun company baka gulo yan .

    • Avatar for SAPips SAPips says:

      I agree with ICE. I think it would not be good to consider “work toxicity” kasi di sya pedeng i-evaluate and then i-generalize sa isang company. Like for IT outsourcing companies (e.g. IBM, Accenture, HP) may account or project na toxic ang work meron naman sakto lang depending on the client. With this, it is expected to have different feedback from employees who are part of the same company but different account or project. Work toxicity is not comparable to compensation and benefits which are standard for each company.

  20. Avatar for jefdev jefdev says:

    Hi deltek girl,

    Is it too much to ask if you can refer me to an IT position on deltek?

    if there’s a position with a fixed mon-fri schedule in deltek, i would obliged to apply.

    would that be ok? tell me where can I send my CV, thanks!

  21. Avatar for RicardoLibid RicardoLibid says:

    I work with Emerson and I should say it’s one of the best multinational companies around. Sobrang hirap makapasok if you are into IT. In my experience, I had a total of 8 screenings. They invest on their employees by sending them to trainings, ikaw na mismo ang aayaw minsan sa sobrang gusto nilang ipadala ka for training. Pay, very good. Benefits, good but not much for the HMO. Lalo na kung Single ka. Environment is ok, family-oriented sila. One not-so-good about the company is that they may be VERY stable, pero they observe cost-cutting once in a while (which is normal for other US-based corps.)

    • Avatar for Hihey Hihey says:

      and di tinitipid ang mga events and employees.

      they help yung mga employees na affected ng mga calamities (not just loans). Yung mga ginagamit na tools sa work hindi rin tinitipid. they always send their employees to trainings, not only technical pati softskills improvement din.

  22. Avatar for tongekz tongekz says:

    Volenday, Inc.

    150k for Mid-Sr Level Java Developers.
    *HMO
    *Pizza Fridays
    *Flexible schedule
    *Monthly Teambuilding activities like movies
    etc

  23. Avatar for tirador tirador says:

    Deltek Systems Philippines – The only company from the Philippines that is awarded as Best Employer Brand for 2012.

    http://www.employerbrandingawards.com/images/ABEB%20Report.pdf

    • Avatar for jefdev jefdev says:

      Hi tirador,

      I just sent you an e-mail that includes my updated CV. I believe you have a thread on pinoyexchange regarding job openings on deltek. I was hoping you can refer me.

      Thank you.

  24. Avatar for keipidesu keipidesu says:

    Hi!

    How about Japanese IT companies like Advanced World Solutions Inc. and J-Sys Philippines?

    Any feedback on them, please? :)

  25. Avatar for Basti Basti says:

    I nominate FactSet. It is included in the Fortune 100 companies and has an office here in McKinley. Been working here for 8 months and I must say I have grown a lot technically. People here are also friendly and accommodating. These includes bosses from US, UK, and India. Compensation is very competitive. We can work from home once a week. I just love this company and I think I’m gonna stay here in the long run.

    • Avatar for SAPips SAPips says:

      Hi Basti, just let me correct your statement. Factset is not a Fortune 100 company. I believe what you are trying to say is that it is one of FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For”. When you said Fortune 100 companies, they are the top 100 biggest companies in US based on gross revenue. Factset is not even part of Fortune 500. But I have a friend who worked there before and based on her story, I can say that it deserves to be part of that Fortune ranking. I just declined Factset’s offer as I found it not as competitive as my previous job:)

  26. Avatar for John John says:

    You my consider Safeway Philtech inc or a.k.a Safeway Manila located in RCBC tower Makati and McKinley hill taguig… Stability is one of the asset of the company when global recession is happening and other I.t. companies are laying off their employees Safeway Philtech is hiring more employees that time and expanding… Second is the working environment is well fine and lastly benefits and salar good…

    Sir Yuga please include the stability of the company in your criteria… I think it’s more important of all..

  27. Avatar for John John says:

    You may consider Safeway Philtech inc or a.k.a Safeway Manila… Stability is one of the asset of the company when global recession is happening and other I.t. companies are laying off their employees Safeway Philtech is hiring more employees that time and expanding… Second is the working environment is well fine and lastly benefits and salar good…

    Sir Yuga please include the stability of the company in your criteria… I think it’s more important of all..

  28. Avatar for EATON123 EATON123 says:

    For people wanting to get into IT-Sales (Hardware or Software), top firms will include Microsoft (highest pay from what I know), HP Philippines (Enterprise Group), Oracle (DB and Hardware) and SAP (ERP Systems, BI Solutions). These companies are the top vendors in the country today. THey are offering top packages (basic, reimbursements and comissions) but take into consideration that this is a numbers game. You have to deliver what is ask from you in a sales perspective. IBM Philippines will give you all the learnings and the connections you need. As for technical learnings, not a reliable person since I do the sales part.

    At the end of the day, deliver your number and you get rewarded. Flexitime but often times, you got to work outside of office hours.

  29. Avatar for Java Java says:

    Chikka – perfect work and life balance. Chill lang ang environment. Madaming pakulo ang HR (parties, monthly assemblies, contests and tourneys etc). Competitive salary esp for fresh grads. Semi-flex work hours.

  30. Avatar for macky macky says:

    Agree, i think accenture doesn’t pay very well too. the Benifits i heard is good but pay is not.

  31. Avatar for meh meh says:

    You guys should list the starting wages of these companies. As far as i know Accenture doesn’t pay very well. I think starting is only 20k a month

    No idea what the average person there makes.

  32. Avatar for rey rey says:

    Worked in HP for 3 years after finishing college. Here’s my feedback.

    Compensation:
    – Good starting pay
    – You enjoy being in a full time position from day 1 (no 6 month evaluation).

    Perks and incentives:
    – Taxi reimbursement for mid/night shift
    – Flexible allowance for clothes, rice, meds, etc.
    – Free gym membership at Gold’s (limited slots)
    – Free coffee

    Flexibility:
    – Work from home days (usually 2 days a week)
    – You’re issued a company laptop so it’s more flexible to work remotely in cases of emergencies.

    Employee Enhancement Programs:
    – You can take Project Management, Technical certifications/trainings that is company sponsored (usually is vested depending on the cost)
    – Good amount of knowledge resource since you have access to the global network.

    Office environment:
    – Vibrant office environment since most of the employees are under 30y/o and the age gap is not that big.
    – Culture is very Western, you can address the head of HP Philippines or your own manager by first name (without the sir/mam) and it’s totally normal.

    I worked under the SAP group and took on an implementation role. The good thing about this is that you’re involved directly with the client (especially for implementation projects), helps a lot in building the non-technical/soft skills like communication, project, and time management.
    All I can say is that HP helped me a lot in my career and never regretted my decision to work there after college.

  33. Avatar for Robby Robby says:

    NetworkLabs in UP-AyalaLand Technohub, QC.

    Just because we have an almost Google-like office (except for the slides). The whole office is very laid back. Technohub is like Nuvali, so outside is very much like a park. Inside, there are company provided Xbox 360s and karaoke machines. There are also golf courses in the floor and free coffee. The office is very well designed with different themes coming from the Philippines and Finland (it is an R&D subsidiary of Nokia Siemens Networks)

    Monetary compensation is average though, I think.

  34. Avatar for Billy Billy says:

    HP in Global City

  35. Avatar for techie techie says:

    You mentioned Novare as a top IT company to work for? Not sure where did you get the idea. But for the average software engineer, QA, PM, BA, operations guy, not even close. Compensation for software engineers of all level is just industry average, Perks: no bonus, no free meals, or anything else. Even coffee,kanya kanya bili. Standard HMO lang. Flexibility? no work from home. OT almost everyday. Depending on the projects, the dev team even have work on weekends. Office environment? The development office is in the building basement! Your only chance of seeing daylight is in the morning (going to the office, and lunchbreak).

    Knowing one or two great people who work for Novare doesn’t make it best.

    • Avatar for Abe Olandres Abe Olandres says:

      Didn’t say they’re on the top. What we said they are on the shortlist of what we’re looking and evaluating. The reason why we also asked readers to give feedback is that we will use your feedback to rate the nominees. Your feedback will be used to either include them or drop them on the list.

  36. Avatar for techboi techboi says:

    Guys,
    May marerecommend ba kayong company for a cobol systems analyst with 6 years experience?

  37. Avatar for deltek girl deltek girl says:

    Deltek (Systems) Philippines Ltd.

    If you are worthy enough, they will surely give your asking salary.

    The benefits we are enjoying right now (applied to all employees, commence on your start date and not after you have been a regular employee):
    (1) Life Insurance
    (2) HMO (with 2 dependents and no participation fee for both of them – can be parents for single)
    (3) 14th Month Pay
    (4) Longevity Pay
    (5) Quarterly Bonus
    (6) All kinds of Allowances that you can think of (included in your pay and no receipts needed): Rice Allowance, Transportation Allowance, Laundry Allowance, Clothing Allowance)
    (7) Night Differential (15%)
    (8) Overtime Pay (with transportation and hardship allowance; you can still have OT Pay even working from home)
    (9) Work from Home/Offset/Flexible Hours
    (10) 15 VLs / 15 SLs (if unused converted to cash)
    (11) Shuttle Service for Midshift/Night Shift
    (12) P10,000 a year (medicine/vaccine reimbursement)
    (13) Deltek University (enroll for training)
    (14) Library and Gym at the office
    (15) Good Management (they conduct focus groups, meet the leaders, etc so you can raise any issues that you might have)

    What can you asked for! :)

    • Avatar for Seychelles Seychelles says:

      Also, include on of the winners for being one of Asia’s best places to work :)

      http://www.deltek.com/company/mediacenter/pressreleases.aspx?PRid=EDBA3D00-7FA9-4B05-9815-3759771807A2

    • Avatar for tirador tirador says:

      Also featured in Yahoo Finance.

      http://finance.yahoo.com/news/deltek-wins-award-being-one-200500799.html

    • Avatar for jefdev jefdev says:

      Hi deltek girl,

  38. Avatar for Juan Dela Cruz Juan Dela Cruz says:

    Accenture

    Fresh Grad No experience I think is = 18K today 20K kasama na mga benefits

    With 2 – 3 years experience = 30K – 50K Max

    2 – 3 years experience rare skills (TIBCO, SAP) = 30 – 60K Max

    4yrs – up – Di ko na alam….

    • Avatar for SAPsd SAPsd says:

      the reason why the basic for the fresh grad is 18k is due to the medical allowance that was distributed on a monthly basis.
      dati merong 14th sa acn, pero now it was also distributed sa basic mo, lol
      kunyari malaki na basic mo.

  39. Avatar for Zoi Zoi says:

    ACS love ur own lol! Im working from home 5days a week.. :)

  40. Avatar for techie techie says:

    just wondering how would you define the salary bracket for:

    -competitive compensation =
    -high salary pay =
    -makunat/kuripot pay =

    figures please! :)

    • Avatar for yeah yeah says:

      Yup, figures please!

      Macquarie has the best compensation from what I’ve heard first hand, they offered to pay hotel accommodations of their employees during the habagat tragedy. Yep, you heard it right, a hotel in the business district in makati, +5k shopping allowance, +many more…. DAMN!

    • Avatar for jefdev jefdev says:

      Yes that will be correct.. more on overall stats of the company.

      Trainings-
      Pay/Incentives-
      Work stability and culture-

      In any order please..

      by the way, maganda talaga sa Macquarie, sobrang hirap nga lang makapasok

      Also, JPMorgan, over-all maganda pero kung IT Infra support ka, this is just my opinion, boring ang work environment

  41. Avatar for jefdev jefdev says:

    Hi Everyone,

    How about Chevron Shared Services, I heard 90% ng IT positions nila ay fixed shift, (8AM-5PM) I want to confirm because I’m done with a shifting schedule, nakakapagod na..

    Thank you!

  42. Avatar for Duo Duo says:

    Accenture.. Lots of great people developer there… :)

  43. Avatar for Rich Rich says:

    These companies mentioned here hires IT staff to work as their own company IT, or to support external clients.

    1. Philip Morris in Makati, coz they have one of the best trainings there is, when it comes to training IT staffs.

    They send them to Australia or wherever it is abroad for 5 months training, and then the employees have lots of other bonuses and perks.

    May car plan pa sa ibang IT positions.

    ————————-
    2. HP Philippines in Makati, they have taxi reimbursements everyday, one way lang yun, may IT certifications for free, meron mga things na pwede mong i-reimburse, like medicines, clothing, prescription eye glasses, rice, except shoes.

    meron din work from home, especially noong bagyo, coz employees are issued with laptops.

    you can move from one IT specialization to another, (i.e. Windows servers to Unix or to SAP or Network), So in a way, marami kang matututunan, all within the company.

    Promotion is fast, very nice office, may free coffee LOL…

    Non-BPO kind of management…
    Yun bang nde toxic at para kang sinasakal.
    at andaming bawal.

    Wala nga lang sleep rooms.

    ——————–

    3. Fujitsu in The Fort Taguig.
    They don’t offer much, except for the basic shit like Salary, Pag-ibig, SSS, Medicard. Maliit ang office, cramped ang work stations,
    Anliliit ng lockers, nde nga kasya yung isang regular sized backpack eh.

    ——————–

    4. Macquarie, I don’t much about them, except na masyado silang choosy sa pagpili ng employees.

    ——————–

    5. Deltek in Makati seems ok, mahirap daw makapasok, andaming exams & interviews.

    ———————

    6. United Health Group in Mc.Kinley hills Taguig, seems ok, as per a friend of mine, meron din silang free IT certifications na binibigay, mataas ang standards nila pagdating sa background ng IT employees nila… yun lang alam ko… LOL.

    ———————

    7. Accenture is one of the most makunat, kuripot, toxic, if not the most makunat, kuripot at toxic na company to work for.

    Mababa sila magpasahod compared sa ibang companies na IT ang work, and call center na call center yung style ng management nila (if you know what I mean).

    ————————

    8. Merlin in Mc.kinley hills Taguig, is also good. They have a really good compensation package, and their IT employees really get hands-on experience, talagang hardcore IT stuff ang work doon!

    All these statements were gathered from the experiences of those whom I know who have worked for or is currently with the above-mentioned companies.

    • Avatar for Mr. Serious Mr. Serious says:

      Very insightful post. Bihira lang makarinig ng napaka honest opinion about sa companies ngayon. I’m a fresh graduate, and I’ve been contemplating where to work (my first work). So saktong sakto ung article na toh.

      Anything about Indra Philippines? or i-Bridge Philippines?

      Kahit hindi naman kasi mataas ung pay, basta may may work-life balance, atsaka hindi toxic ung work environment. and from what I’ve heard avout accenture. tama ka :))

    • Avatar for Duo Duo says:

      Hi..
      Dont really know what you mean, with regards to Accenture’s management style.. Appreciate it if you could enlighten me. :)

      Mr. Serious, try mo rin mag apply sa Accenture… Kung matanggap ka, you might find out it is not as toxic as you’ve heard other people say… :)

    • Avatar for Chard Linguete Chard Linguete says:

      I agree with you about Accenture. IBM, which is Accenture’s rival, is also makunat and Kuripot.

    • Avatar for durugista durugista says:

      galing ako ng accenture.. yup, tama sila. makunat and kuripot nga. hehe. sobrang toxic pa. ung mga naiwan ko dun, ganun pa rin ang lifestyle, 1AM umuuwi, 9AM pumapasok. depende siguro sa project.

    • Avatar for oniimaru oniimaru says:

      tama nga… swertihan sa Accenture…
      at kuripot… toxic…

      meron ibang minamalas sa project meron din namang swerte…

      natapat lang siguro ako sa malas…

  44. Avatar for Lem Lem says:

    Intel Philippines is the best! nothing compares!
    -High salary pay
    -Awesome Work life balance
    -1Million HMO medical
    -Super Bonuses (company bonuses)
    -stocks
    -walang tatalo sa lahat!

  45. Avatar for Rich Rich says:

    You may consider Philip Morris, coz they have one of the best trainings there is, when it comes to training IT staffs.

    They send them to Australia or wherever it is abroad for 5 months training, and then the employees have lots of other bonuses and perks.

    May car plan pa sa ibang IT positions.

    As for HP Philippines, they have taxi reimbursements everyday, one way lang yun, may IT certifications for free, meron mga things na pwede mong i-reimburse, like medicines, clothing, prescription eye glasses, rice, except shoes.

    meron din work from home, especially noong bagyo, coz employees are issued with laptops.

    you can move from one IT specialization to another, (i.e. Windows servers to Unix or to SAP or Network), So in a way, marami kang matututunan, all within the company.

    Promotion is fast, very nice office, may free coffee LOL…

    Non-BPO kind of management…
    Yun bang nde toxic at para kang sinasakal.
    at andaming bawal.

    Wala nga lang sleep rooms.

  46. Avatar for Elyas Elyas says:

    Logica. Option to Work from home 2 days in one week.

  47. Avatar for lando lando says:

    Deltek Systems (Philippines)

    • Avatar for Seychelles Seychelles says:

      Yes, I agree. Deltek Systems Philippines!

    • Avatar for cecille cecille says:

      Hi Lando, nag-aacept ba sila ng OJT? I am looking for an IT company na may carrer growth ako para di ako mahirapan mag-apply for work after graduation. I would really appreciate all the help you can give. Many thanks

  48. Avatar for geek geek says:

    CHAMP Cargosystems

    Flexi working hours (12:01pm is late).
    Competitive salary.
    Nice working environment.
    The thing I like here most is work-life balance. Uwi talaga kami after 8 hours. :)
    Super bihira ang OT :)

  49. Avatar for Juan Dela Cruz Juan Dela Cruz says:

    Accenture – Mga may asawa at anak maganda ang maxicare card nila. Believe me! I think it’s 400K at bihira gumawa ng excuses ang mga hospitals kung covered ang sakit or hindi. Believe me ito ang isa sa pinaka maganda nilang package.

    Pay – 13th and 14th Month pay, health bonus, Local Variable Pay, christmas bonus, medical allowance

    at kung ano ano pa… tinatamad na ako mag type. Nagtrabaho na ako jan pero nagsisi ako. Accenture is not for fresh grads, lalo na kung CS or IT grad ka. itatapon ka na lang nila kung saan ang may kelangan na position.

    Sasabihin nila pde naman magpa retool sa gusto mo na IT Field pero aabutin ka pa ng 2 – 3 years or minsan papaasahin ka na lang. Tumatanggap sila ng ibang course biology,nursing, nakakainsulto pag ganun lalo na pag sa coding position pa at aanga anga pag nasa trabaho na. Kung bihasa ka na sa coding yung tipong alam mo na ang mga intermediate knowledge like Data structures, design patterns eh lugi ka kasi naman mga noobs pa kasama mo. Training nila siguro mga 2weeks – 1month mga basic knowledge lang.

    At tsaka pala kahit may experience ka na baka itapon ka sa hindi related sa past experience mo. Of course bihira mangyari pero pag malas malas ka eh Sorry na lang. Say for example .Net ka sa Avanade tapos bigla na full at walang project itatapon ka nila sa Java. Good luck sir! Of course wala namang issue kapag magaling ka na programmer pero kung gusto mo magspecialize eh olats ka.

    Umalis ako kasi ayaw ko Managerial work mas gusto ko mas technical. Of course depende yan sa choices mo pero iba talaga pag coding na.

    Don’t get me wrong! Maganda ang Accenture sa pay at incentives pero kung priority mo eh yung matuto then wag ka dito. Usually mga kasama mo eh mga lakwatsero lakwatsera yung tipong laging lakwatsa. Maswerte ka pag may nakasama kang “geek” at mag tuturo sayo ng advance knowledge sa programming.

    Ang depensa nila eh, “Trainings” pero on my standards di ko masasabing high quality training(s) ang training nila. Yung tipo bang nagbabasa lang ng notes.

    Bottom Line, Wag ka sa accenture kung gusto mo matuto at magpaka henyo. Pero kung goal mo lang eh may mataas na pay eh dito ka na. Yearly may increase. from 16K na sweldo ko umabot ng 26K after a year. Imagine kung tumagal ako siguro mga 30K – 40K ang sweldo ko at wala pa jan ang mga perks at incentives.

    • Avatar for Soul Annihilator Soul Annihilator says:

      Balita ko wala nang 14 month pay ang Accenture. 13 month na lang. Yung dating 14 month pay ire-redistribute sa 13 months.

    • Avatar for Oniimaru Oniimaru says:

      Tama lahat ng sinabi ni Juan Dela Cruz….

      For fresh grads..
      If you’re not into managerial or administrative work then don’t ever apply at Accenture…

      I’ve been a victim and is still suffering as of this writing.

      I’m a technical guy and I’m not getting the right job experience. They trained me as a PeopleSoft resource pero for the past 2 years kong nag work , wala akong ginawa kung di mga SQL scripts…

      Ni hindi ako makapag apply sa ibang company as PeopleSoft Consultant kasi I lack experience sa PeopleSoft development.

      I tried to work this issues with them, tried to ask for a re-tool, roll off for more than a year na pero walang ngyayari… Lagi na lang reason un “business need”…

      The “charging” system sucks…

      Malas mo pa pag nakatapat ka ng Leads, superiors na na promote lang dahil sa tenure at loyalty..

      They don’t really know how to handle their resources well.

    • Avatar for SAPips SAPips says:

      Yun yung risky sa ACN, di nakakapili ng capability pag entry level/fresh grad since it depends on the demand unlike sa ibang company, alam mo na agad kung san ka mapupunta say Java, Oracle, SAP, etc. kahit aplikante ka pa lang. Though marami na kong narefer sa ACN pero I informed them beforehand about this case. Ok naman ang pay sa Accenture especially benefits. Dami ko ng job offer na natanggap sa labas since fresh grad ako and I can say na wala pa kong nakitang nakahigit or even nakapantay sa benefits na kayang ioffer ng Accenture. Yun nga lang, I just left the company for the reason that I would like to shift from outsourcing to inhouse IT. After all, di naman ako nagsisisi na nagstart ako sa Accenture siguro maswerte lang na maganda yun napuntahan kong capability saka yun mga nakuha kong trainings at roles sa team. Sobrang nakatulong sakin para makakuha ako ng magandang opportunity sa labas.

  50. Avatar for JC JC says:

    GlobalOne Solutions, Inc.
    (now Cloud Sherpas Philippines)
    www.globalone.com

  51. Avatar for paul paul says:

    YugaTech Inc. ;-)

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