Vivo top 2 smartphone vendor in PH, TP and upskilling, Housing developer goes cashless

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    Vivo is PH top 2 smartphone vendor

    Showing no signs of slowing down, Vivo established a 25 percent total market share in Q4 of 2019 to take second spot in the local smartphone industry rankings.

    Based on the latest Canalys report on the smartphone landscape of the Philippines, the leading global technology company achieved the feat behind a 159 percent year-on-year growth which may be attributed to a series of new technologies, products and marketing initiatives rolled out last year.

    Vivo introduced the V15 and V15Pro with the world’s first elevating dual selfie camera. The V17 Pro with the world’s first dual selfie cameras composed of 32MP main camera and 8MP 105-degree super-wide-angle camera

    Focusing on innovation and novelty, Vivo introduced the V15Pro with the world’s first 32MP elevating dual selfie camera, the V17 Pro with the world’s first dual selfie cameras composed of 32MP main camera and 8MP 105-degree super-wide-angle camera, and the NEX 3 with the world’s first Super AMOLED Waterfall FullView display and a seamless body without any notch, bezel or buttons.

    Vivo’s NEX 3 with the world’s first Super AMOLED Waterfall FullView™ display and a seamless body without any notch, bezel or buttons.

    Appealing to a younger generation who place emphasis on style, the brand also launched the S1 and S1 Pro handsets—both sporting a first-of-its-kind diamond-shaped rear quad camera consisting of 48MP main, 8MP secondary, 2MP wide angle, and 2MP macro lenses.

    “We are very excited to further improve our brand performance and grow our market this year, especially with the latest technology and design innovations that we will be introducing,” said Kenny Zeng Kai, Vice President of Operations at Vivo Philippines.

    Vivo also expanded its reach to a younger market by introducing its first-ever local brand ambassador, Maine Mendoza. As the face of Vivo in the Philippines, the TV and movie celebrity helped launch the Vivo V15 Pro, V15 Blossom Pink, and V17 Pro models. She was also featured in a TV advertisement and various digital marketing materials and collaterals.

    TP offers new upskilling opportunities for its employees

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    Teleperformance in the Philippines, the global leader in digitally integrated business services, officially launched its latest people-development program called Teleperformance Analytics Academy last February 12, 2020 at the Makati Diamond Residences.

    The Teleperformance Analytics Academy aims to grow the skills and expertise of TP employees on data science and analytics, and build a critical mass of Data Science and Business Analytics professionals in the company who will support a forward-looking data culture to address the challenges of the workplace of the future.

    The pioneer batch of scholars are composed of 46 employees who passed the program’s application and screening process for the course tracks of Business Analytics and Data Science. At the launch event, University of the Philippines Associate Professor Dr. Rex Jalao, who is the lead instructor of the Academy, presented the course outlines and expounded on the learning journey that the scholars are about to undertake.

    Teleperformance Philippines Chief Operating Officer Mike Lytle congratulated the scholars and articulated the entire leadership’s support. He underlined how the academy serves as key enabler that will help the company harness the power of digital technology and structured data coupled with deep human insight to deliver gains to the company and excellent experience to customers.

    The Teleperformance Analytics Academy is a joint program of the Learning and Development (L&D) team and the Capability Development and Process Excellence team which are both committed to support the development goals and career growth of TP employees with dynamic programs that make use of the company’s strengths in technology, analytics, and process excellence.

    To learn more about Teleperformance Philippines and their business solutions, you may visit their website at www.teleperformance.ph/en-us or their Facebook page at /teleperformance.philippines.

    Housing developer goes for cashless transactions

    BRIA Homes, the fastest-growing mass housing developer in the Philippines, has once more found a way to make life easier and more convenient for its present and future homeowners: a partnership with GCash, a mobile money application from Globe Telecom.

    BRIA Executives, Red J. Rosales, COO and President, and Michelle E. Hernandez, Chief Accountant, together with GCash Head of Enterprise, Jose Luis Reyes, signed a partnership contract held at Bria Homes Head Office in Starmall Edsa-Shaw, Mandaluyong City.

    In 2019, GCash enabled in-app bills payment for the monthly amortization dues of the Bria Homes customers. This partnership grew to include commissions disbursement of their real estate sellers via PowerPay+. As of today, GCash is working to activate QR payments for their 20 sales offices to enable cashless payment of reservation fees for interested customers.

    Meanwhile, BRIA Homes’ flexible payment methods—bank financing and Pag-IBIG funding—continue to help make BRIA homeownership attainable for ordinary Filipinos, a vision that is aligned with the property developer’s winning formula: affordability plus quality means a Beautiful BRIA home for every Filipino.

    BRIA’s winning formula manifests in all its communities nationwide: superior-quality affordable homes amidst wholesome, eco-friendly spaces, with modern recreational amenities such as basketball courts. Perimeter fences, 24-hour CCTVs, and guarded entrance and exits ensure the security of residents.

    Finally, all BRIA developments are located close to public transport hubs, giving easy access to nearby hospitals, schools, churches, and retail establishment