Samsung TikToks, realme fans rejoice, Multi-sys expands, Unisys appoints new director

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    Groove to awesome on TikTok with the Galaxy A-series

    Duet with SB19 or any Samsung Ambassador for a chance to win a Galaxy A31 or A21s during the #AwesomeGrooves TikTok Challenge

    Tiktok has gained attraction lately from several social media users worldwide. According to a report, as Filipinos stay indoors, TikTok is one way of “creating freedom” for those who are left with nothing to do at home. A tool for self-expression and for connecting with other users who share the same interests, more and more people have downloaded the app to view and create content.

    With this in mind, SAMSUNG is launching the #AwesomeGrooves TikTok Challenge from August 6 to September 5 so that everyone can show the world their awesome dance moves. In the challenge, contestants must simply duet with any Team Galaxy Ambassador such as SB19 with a creative caption explaining how they want to showcase their awesome. Contestants are encouraged to be as creative as they want to be. A total of 20 lucky winners will be picked to receive a brand new Galaxy A31 or A21s.

    Aside from joining challenges, there are other types of entertainment that Filipinos can enjoy on TikTok:

    1. Dance Videos. One of the famous short-form content on Tiktok is dance videos. Most users love to join trending dance challenges or just simply show off their awesome moves on the latest tracks to express themselves. Some users even share tutorial videos to show off their skills.

    2. Memes. Comedy is one of the usual videos seen on TikTok. Several users have shown their personalities by creating memes either from a trending topic or based on their own experiences.

    3. Dubs. Users love to re-enact their favorite lines from movies or teleseryes while adding their personal touch to make it funnier and more engaging. They also lip-sync popular songs while adding effects or filters, creating more cinematic and entertaining content.

    4. Duets. While they love to create videos of themselves, creators can also interact with their fellow Tiktok users through a dance-off or sing-off challenge. Through this duet feature, creators can use these videos to engage with viewers and produce funny, interactive content.

    To encourage everyone to create awesome videos on TikTok, SAMSUNG launched the Galaxy A31, A21s, and A11. The Galaxy A31 and A21s feature a 48MP Quad-Camera setup so users can create clear and bright videos. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A11 has a 13MP Triple-Camera setup to record awesome content. The Galaxy A31 and A21s are also equipped with a 5000mAh battery while the Galaxy A11 has a 4000mAh battery for an all-day experience.

    Check out the latest Galaxy devices and the Samsung #AwesomeGrooves TikTok Challenge at samsung.com/ph/

    realme kicks off fan fest month, with up 34% discount at Shopee, Lazada 8.8
    Special promos for its newest smartphones, AIoT devices available

    With so many exciting activities lined up this whole month of August for its squad, lifestyle partner of the youth realme Philippines jumpstarts the realme Fanfest Month with special price drop promos at the much-awaited 8.8 sale events of online shopping platforms Lazada and Shopee, which are both happening on August 8.

    The brand’s partnership with two of the biggest online shopping platforms in the Philippines is one of its many efforts to show its commitment to making quality smartphones much more accessible to Filipinos.

    Grab awesome promos at the Shopee 8.8 Sale

    realme Philippines drops the prices of most of its smartphone and AIoT devices by as much as 34 percent at the Shopee 8.8 Flash Sales which would roll out in succession starting 12 midnight.

    Among the realme smartphones to be discounted on August 8, the 6 Pro 8GB + 128GB variant receives the highest price discount of P500, which makes its Flash Sale price P16,490. Fans and squad members may also purchase the C3 3GB + 32GB variant, 5i 3GB + 64GB variant and 6i 4GB + 128GB variant for the price of P5,590, P6,590 and P9,590, respectively.

    The newly-launched #EntryLevelUp realme C11, the flagship star-shooter X3 SuperZoom and the Buds Air Neo will be available for P4,790, P24,790 and P1,790— all with a P200 discount from their original prices.

    Snag the best deals at Lazada 8.8 Shop Local Bounce Back sale

    realme Philippines joins the Shop Local Bounce Back Sale, discounting the prices of it most loved devices. Three items will be included in different Lazada Flash Sales starting 12 midnight. Among the products that will be getting a price cut during the Flash Sales is the recently launched flagship star-shooter realme X3 SuperZoom, whose Flash Sale price is at P24,790.

    However, to grab the best deals, fans must set their alarms for the Brand Mega Offer of the Lazada 8.8 Sale happening from 12:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.

    The triple camera gaming monster realme C3 will be available for only P5,490, down Php 500 from its original price of P5,990 while the 3GB + 32GB and 3GB + 64GB variants of the realme 5i can be purchased for only P6,090 and P6,590, respectively – Php 400 less from their original prices of P6,490 and P6,990.

    The brand will also have a special price markdown on the realme 6 Series during the Lazada 8.8 sale Brand Mega Offer. The 6i 3GB + 64GB and 4GB + 128GB variants will be available for only P7,590 and P9,590, respectively. All variants of the 6 and 6 Pro will be offered with a P500 discount.

    realme Philippines will also offering a special P500 discount on its latest AIoT products, the Buds Air, Buds Air Neo and the Watch.

    Customers who aren’t keen on regularly monitoring the Flash Sale events and staying up for the midnight promos may still enjoy special discounts for the entire duration of both online sale events. They may also start adding their favorite products to their carts by visiting the official realme Philippines stores on Lazada and Shopee.

    For more information on the upcoming 8.8 sales and other realme devices, customers are encouraged to visit the realme Philippines’ official FacebookTwitter, and Instagram accounts.

    MultiSys continues expansion, hires more local IT talents

    MANILA, Philippines—In response to the growing need for IT services and increasing digital shift brought upon by the new normal, technology company Multisys Technologies Corporation expands its pool of talents and workforce—opening its door to hundreds of new employees since March to strengthen its capacity.

    Considered as the country’s most important and leading systems developer and integrator, MultiSys has already attracted some of the brightest talents in the information technology sector before the pandemic. But the new requirements for digitalization projects across industries drove MultiSys to hire more developers—marking an increase of over 50 percent. According to MultiSys CEO and Founder David Almirol, Jr., the company is looking to hire more IT talents in the coming months.

    “Businesses of all sizes, from SMEs to large corporates, are embarking on digital transformation journeys especially given the new normal. We are seeing a dramatic demand for our system solutions, mobile app developments and integration services, and we need more developers to work on the influx of projects,” Almirol shares.

    Almirol expects that other companies in the IT industry are also experiencing a surge in new work as more companies look to build a meaningful online presence through websites and various digital platforms. Industries such as education and healthcare, which weren’t as aggressive with digital transformation before, are now among the leading sectors that have to promptly adapt to the new normal.

    Almirol added that while the IT business has expanded, this doesn’t necessarily translate to more profit. “It doesn’t feel right to put a hefty price on the new projects that we are working on. We just really want to help out in any way we can. We’re doing our best to lend our strength so that more companies can have their own digital play that will allow them to continue to operate and work in the new normal,” Almirol said. “The success of our partners is our success too.”

    Together with the hiring of new talent, MultiSys also equips its team with the knowledge and skills to fully respond to each of their partners’ needs. The company has a structured in-house advanced systems research and development, and other extensive training programs to keep its team updated on the latest IT developments and convert them to world-class elite IT professionals.

    Almirol believes that the growing demand for IT services is not just a trend that’s riding on the current situation. “Now that companies have seen how adopting future-proof technologies can improve and expand the reach of their products and services, various sectors will continue to lean on software developers and technology companies like MultiSys. Going online and going digital have far-reaching benefits that will be sustainable post-pandemic,” Almirol said.

    For interested applicants and for more information on career opportunities with MultiSys, please visit their website at www.multisyscorp.com or www.facebook.com/multisyscorp.

    Unisys appoints Catherine Palma to lead Sales for the Philippines. 

    Unisys Philippines announced it has appointed Catherine Palma as sales director for its Philippine business, the most senior executive role in that market.

    In the newly created role, Palma is responsible for developing and growing the Unisys’ business in the Philippines. Unisys Philippines is the company’s second-largest workforce in the Asia Pacific region. Local clients span the public sector and financial services. And the Manila-based service desk provides IT support to organizations around the globe.

    Palma brings 23 years of sales and management experience holding various positions in the ASEAN region and Philippines, and was most recently country manager for IBM Philippines.

    “We are delighted that Catherine has joined our executive sales team in Asia Pacific. The Philippines is a key growth market for Unisys – not only for the services we deliver to local organizations, but also the specialized technical support our Philippine team provides to our international clients. This new role recognizes the importance of our Philippine business to our regional strategy,” Rick Mayhew, vice president and general manager, Unisys Asia Pacific said.

    Palma holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service and International Law from the Lyceum of the Philippines.

    Unisys is a global information technology company that builds high-performance, security-centric solutions for the most demanding businesses and governments. Unisys offerings include security software and services; digital transformation and workplace services; industry applications and services; and innovative software operating environments for high-intensity enterprise computing.

    For more information on how Unisys builds better outcomes securely for its clients across the government, financial services and commercial markets, visit www.unisys.com.ph. Follow Unisys on Twitter and LinkedIn.

     

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