MosCom joins E-Services Philippines Expo MosCom,
June 27, 2001
Inc. (MosCom), the country's premier ISP and countrywide enterprise enabler,
is joining the E-Services Philippines expo from June 28-30 at the Philippine
Trade Training Center, in support of the country's thrust to provide e-services
to the world.
E-Services Philippines is an IT outsourcing exhibit that will showcase
the country's most valuable IT resource: its highly skilled, hardworking,
English speaking knowledge workers. The expo is organized by the Center
for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM), an attached
agency of the Department of Trade and Industry.
"Knowledge work is an intellectual activity performed by professionals
to discover business options," according to Dr. William Torres, MosCom
E-services is the next big thing in ICT and the Internet and the best
way to bring revenue to a country like the Philippines, Dr. Torres opined.
MosCom's own points of presence, numbering over 70 in major cities and
provinces, are capable of outsourcing services to other countries and
helping their clients market the latter's on services through MosCom.
MosCom is putting up its own booth at the center of the expo's exhibit.
It is the exhibit's official Internet services provider.
Missions from California; Osaka, Japan; Singapore, Malaysia and Korea
as well as groups from Switzerland, Germany and Finland are expected to
attend the event. Over 100 IT and IT-enabled local firms will also join
Among the e-services on show at the expo are: web development and management,
database design and management, application systems development, IT project
management, computer networking and data communications, call centers,
ICP operations management, animation and content creation, remote education,
medical transcription, ASP services and revenues accounting.
MosCom is the first commercial Internet service provider in the Philippines.
Its dedication to infrastructure development and development of web-powered
services e-nables Filipino enterprises to achieve global competitiveness