MultiSys Continues Expansion, Hires More Local IT Talents

MultiSys Continues Expansion, Hires More Local IT Talents


Specialty Pulp Manufacturing Inc. Chooses 100% Clean Energy From EDC

Agriculture-based manufacturing company SPMI is now being powered by clean, renewable, reliable energy from EDC!

1st ARISE Virtual Annual General Membership Meeting Focused On Business Resilience

ARISE Philippines discusses the need to focus on key priority areas in its advocacies on disaster risk reduction in its first virtual Annual General Membership Meeting.

PAGEONE Group CEO Included As Expert In The Social Media Trends 2021 Global Report

PAGEONE Group CEO Ron F. Jabal, APR included as one of the industry experts in the Social Media Trends 2021 Global Report by Talkwalker and Hubspot.

Transport Coop. Provides More Than 25k Free ‘Green Cards’ For Cashless Transactions

A transport cooperative operating in Las Piñas provides 25,735 passengers with the means to safely board and ride their solar electric jeepneys along the route of Alabang to Zapote.

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 or Facebook Page

Photo Credit: Facebook/Multisys Technologies Corporation

Pangasinense Youth Paints To Deal With Pandemic Stress

A 20-year-old artist turns to painting to channel the stress that the pandemic has brought upon her. Check out her "It's Okay Not To Be Okay" painting!

Nograles: Nat’l Land Use Act Needed To Ensure PH Food Security

Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles renews the administration’s call for the passage of a National Land Use Act saying it is needed to ensure the country’s food security.

Max’s Celebrates 75 Years Of Sarap-To-The-Bones

Cheers to 75 years, Max's Restaurant! Celebrate this milestone with the special deals they're offering!

Roque: Gov’t Duty-Bound To Protect Even Critics From COVID-19

“Maski kayo po ay walang ginawa kung hindi labanan ang gobyerno, Pilipino pa rin po kayo at may obligasyon pa rin kaming isalba kayo kung kayo’y magkakasakit. Make it easier for everyone po, huwag pong magtipun-tipon."

Lenovo Introduces The Legion Phone Duel In The Philippines

What makes the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel perfect for gaming? Let us give you the equipment that make up the promising smartphone!

Charo Leads Inspiring Conversations In New FYE Show ‘Dear Charo’

A celebrity who birthed a now famous meme is set to guest on the first episode of "Dear Charo". Can you guess who she is?

Ariana Grande Teases Fans With A New Album

Fans look forward to the album to drop on these dates:

LTFRB-10 Urges Public To Report PUVs Violating Health Protocols

Failure to wear a face mask and face shield will be penalized accordingly.

The Importance Of Deepening Ties And Friendship On Online English Education

51Talk hosts the 2020 Sino-Philippines Educational Exchanges in celebration of the 45th anniversary of the founding of bilateral relations between the Philippines and China.

Pope Francis Endorses Same-Sex Unions

The Pope voices out his views towards same sex marriage. Do you agree on his statements?