With its full range of ICT solutions, Globe Business has become the preferred ICT partner of leading companies in the Philippines
Enterprises looking to maintain a competitive advantage are now relying more heavily on information and communications Technology (ICT) to improve productivity, promote innovation, and speed up the time to market their products and services. The ability to digitize and simplify business-critical operations and management systems continues to grow in importance, since companies need to find ways to keep up as new trends become available and prepare for an eventual business expansion.
To address this, companies are now turning to a partner who understands not only the requirements of their business, but also delivers innovative and relevant solutions as well as consistent superior customer service that will bring forth a meaningful and long-lasting partnership. Enterprises have found that partner in Globe Business.
Globe Business powers close to 10,000 leading corporations, enterprises and companies spanning the spectrum of various industries in the country such as business process outsourcing, manufacturing, financial institutions, services, transport and logistics, healthcare and retail, among many others.
Globe Business has stepped up to the challenge of collaborating with its enterprise clients by allowing them to define and achieve the benefit they need. As the enterprise information and communications technology arm of leading telecommunications company Globe Telecom, Globe Business has been maximizing its full capacity to help make businesses perform at an optimum level with its comprehensive portfolio of mobility, connectivity, business voice, collaboration, business-enabling and IT-enabled services.
“Our homegrown knowledge of the Philippine market and our cutting-edge technology primes up local customers for global expansion. We enable our clients to achieve more of their corporate goals by making them better equipped and efficient through our diverse range of ICT solutions,” shared Globe Senior Vice President for Enterprise Group Nikko Acosta.
Acosta added, “We begin by asking them how their work gets done every day, or the manner their people strike a balance between their personal and professional lives. By deeply knowing who they are, we can anticipate their current and future needs. While doing so, they can be assured that we will be there every step of the way. Let Globe Business make your business wonderful.”
He stresses the importance of knowing the client immensely and building strong business relationships with them, “By genuinely knowing whom we are serving, we get to understand what their respective organizations need. If everything works out, then we will also have a wonderful business relationship between our clients and us. As Globe Business helps them, they also help us in turn become a stronger presence in the local ICT ecosystem.”
For all its best-in-class technological arsenal and lofty industry standing, Globe Business strongly believes that its core differential advantage as an ICT player remains in service delivery. It operates by the principle that its people are part owners of their client’s business, and their accountability as a stakeholder is to help the enterprise achieve optimum performance levels through tools and solutions at its disposal.
As an ICT solutions provider, it is the mandate of Globe Business to help make enterprises’ business run better through solutions that enable their workforce to carry out their everyday tasks, keep in touch with their own clients, and carry out their work wherever and whenever they are most productive.
To know more how Globe Business can empower your organization with industry-renowned ICT products and solutions, visit www.business.globe.com.ph or contact your Globe Business Account Manager.
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