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Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH

Globe Business, the enterprise arm of Globe, introduces another game-changing solution for Philippine businesses that will enable them with a reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems.

Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH
Shown here are (from left) Globe Business Vice President for Product Development and Engineering Cocoy Claravall, Logitech Philippines VC Lead Sharleen Suarez, Globe Business Product Marketing Manager Hannah Magdaluyo, Globe Business Product Manager March Cahigan, Zoom Asia Channel Head Tien Tien Sin, Logitech Business Development Manager for ASEAN Sharon Seah, Globe Business Product Manager JM Chan, and Globe Business Vice President for Product and Marketing Raymond Policarpio.
Zoom, a video-first unified communications solution provided by Zoom Video Communications, Inc., is designed to eliminate overlapping communication systems, on-premise hardware, and weak mobile experience. Zoom is able to do all of these things for one reason - Zoom’s architecture was built video-first from the ground up, which results in a platform that is highly scalable and globally distributed.

“Currently, our customers are using a mix of legacy conferencing solutions for their communication and are now seeking answers that could fix problems such as difficulty in setting up a meeting, quality of audio and video, and other complicated features,” said Globe Business Senior Vice President Peter Maquera. “Globe Business, through Zoom, will now be the top Philippine corporation’s trusted partner for all their modern communication needs.”

Globe uses the latest technology to make communications faster, with greater clarity, reliability and depth, and at a more affordable cost. In fact, Globe “walks the talk” by being one of the biggest Zoom users in the country. At present, the company has over 1,000 active users. In the coming months, it plans to deploy 21 Zoom Rooms all over the Globe office.

By remaining digitally agile, Globe is able to extend the same services to its corporate clients so that they can optimize the way they do business and harness the inevitable digital changes.

With more businesses becoming increasingly digital, maintaining an efficient means of communication is crucial to remaining competitive, not just locally but even on a global scale.

This is especially true in view of the Telecommuting Act, which allows employees in the private sector to work from an alternative workplace using information and communication technology (ICT) tools. Although the implementing rules and regulations are yet to be released, the law may hugely impact companies, necessitating the need for enterprises to be prepared for this eventuality.

Globe Business continues to redefine how businesses work—which goes beyond functions, numbers, and performance. It, likewise, enables its clients and partners to catapult their enterprises to success by providing the right technology, infrastructure, and know-how to create a positive impact and transform people’s lives.

Visit https://www.globe.com.ph/business/enterprise/voice/zoom.html to know more about Zoom and how it can move your digital future.

Topics: Globe Business , Zoom Video Communications Inc. , Peter Maquera
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