Busybee leads digital transformation in post-pandemic Philippines
As research on digital transformation grows at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, finding simple solutions to business encounters and difficulties can become a challenge. That’s why Busybee and JCI – Perlas Pasay, Rotaract Club de San Antonio de Padua, Rotary Club of Alabang Madrigal Business Park, ASEAN Youth Organization – Philippines, Asian-African Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inquirer.net, The Philippine Star , Business World, ABS-CBN News Channel, DZMM TeleRadyo and When In Manila have put together a three-part webinar series, “Coping with Accelerated Digitization: Empowering Organizations with Digital Tools” – to provide the most relevant information. most valuable and up-to-date digital transformation in one place. Over five thousand professionals and individuals known to relevant government agencies and the private sector have joined and implemented coherent and integrated strategic action to help and educate organizations on how to innovate quickly and leverage new digital tools and take advantage of digital services to emerge. of the pandemic crisis.
During the three webinars, presentations and discussions demonstrated the strategic importance of technology as an essential part of our business and not just a source of profitability in order to remain competitive in this new business and economic environment. The first part of the series focused on topics on SMS and Viber Marketing, and e-commerce and web development with speakers and panelists from the National Economic Development Authority Dr. Dexter Galban, MyBusybee, Inc. responsible for AI Chatbot Bench Cosme development team and Zagana CEO Joshua Aragon who explained how to get the message across across the Philippine archipelago and the future of physical offices and stores after the pandemic. The second part introduced the topic: Information Systems and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Chatbot, as well as the Virtual Events Platform that addressed the future of business operations and the new normal approach to organizing business. ‘events with guest speakers from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Wea Bohol, member of the Tourism Promotion Board (TPB). Maria Anthonette Velasco-Allones and Kenneth Stern, CEO of Lamudi Group Philippines. The third part covered topics on cybersecurity and data privacy with panelists and speakers from the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Dr. Thelma Villamorel, Ireneus Laszlo Legeza, Head of Cyber Security at Busybee , and the National Privacy Commission (NPC) Janssen Esguerra, which has become aware of cybersecurity in the Philippines and how organizations can keep their information secure online. Throughout the event, attendees, speakers and panelists shared their opinions, thoughts and suggestions with the mission of helping individuals and businesses adapt to digital transformation, ensure business continuity and continue to provide public services in this time of crisis and beyond.
Since its inception in 2009, Busybee has helped create endless opportunities for the country and the world by harnessing the endless dynamics of technology and innovation. With ever-changing technological capabilities and ever-increasing customer expectations, the need to streamline internal efficiency has always been present. Becoming “digitally ready” requires several high-level preparations. Busybee offers an agile digital support strategy and a place for digital in the heart of the business model.
Starting with mobile, Busybee is one of the few leading aggregators in the country, serving global OTT clients like Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Apple, Zoom and many more. With its proprietary SMS products, especially BrandTxT and PowerBlast, Busybee has become the most trusted and trusted SMS application provider in the country. Busybee BrandTxT is the latest SMS gateway platform that offers a unique form of brand recognition, while making communication more professional. This platform covers more than 900 mobile networks in 180 countries. It offers a wide range of fully defined and user-friendly web SMS features as well as an API for easy integration with any application and website. BrandTxT is widely used for welcome SMS, payment reminders, announcements, transaction alerts, birthday greetings and more. “The BrandTxT app offers endless possibilities for automated and direct communication to ensure that important notifications are sent efficiently, securely and directly to your customers,” said Kim Klarisse Almeida, Sales Manager at Busybee.
In the web realm, Busybee’s products and services include domain, hosting, VPS, Dedicated Server, Email, Web Designs, Web Development, Ecommerce, SSL, Web Vulnerability, and more. As the first choice of many responsive government agencies for their website redesign projects, Busybee is proud to be a Platinum Member of PhilGEPS, an iGov Compliant Company, and as an official partner of Acunetix and Rapid7.
Busybee guarantees the quality of its products through the expertise of its staff consisting of seasoned developers such as web designers, web developers, graphic designers, quality assurance specialists, system analysts, software engineers, managers project and digital marketers. Busybee has built their unique and original websites from the ground up, ranging from simple news sites to complex e-commerce sites.
Besides his mastery of everything related to the web, Busybee has also leaned into software resale, being an authorized reseller of major global software such as Google, Microsoft, QuickBooks, Adobe, Zoom and many others, thus becoming the leading software reseller in the country. To further step into the doors of the future, Busybee is also a player in the digital marketing world, providing different types of digital marketing services like email marketing, mobile responsive websites, web security, instant messaging, SEO, social media management. , and much more. As traditional media slowly become obsolete, Busybee is embracing this growing digital medium.
Busybee also offers graphic design, photography and video presentation services. Its design group produces high quality corporate logos, business cards, brochures, letterheads, flyers, billboards and other custom designs that meet the marketing needs of any business.
To top it off, Busybee offers a virtual event platform called Busybee VEP, which is the very first virtual event platform in the Philippines with cutting edge event technology designed by its top architects and software developers. The engineering team behind Busybee VEP uses a patented infrastructure and framework, ensuring world-class security, scalability, user interface, and unmatched customer experience. Its technology has fueled events of all sizes, from major international conferences to targeted B2B meetings in sectors ranging from information technology, aerospace to medicine, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, among others.
“Our mission is to provide A-to-Z products and services tailored to the current situation in our country, which is why we are always working with government agencies to find out how our innovation can further facilitate their systems and processes and provide solutions. innovative solutions. tools for business. The objective is to remove the barriers to digital transformation to facilitate the evolution of their economic model. We believe that businesses and agencies can further develop their operations as they go digital. It is also important to note that in order for us to successfully go through this transition, the right mindset and the right outlook are crucial. Yes, we can harness the advantages of technology and use them to our advantage, rather than diverting from them, ”said Rico Hernandez, CEO of Busybee.
By 2023, Busybee hopes that more organizations will have embraced the new digital and will be seen as ‘digitally driven’ or committed to the goal of fully adopting and implementing digital tools through new models. sales and digital products / services.
“As a Filipino in the country, I firmly believe that our country can realize its full potential because we have diverse local talents and a unique ability to cope with critical changes as our history shows. Digital transformation and the online revolution are just one of the many ways our country can succeed in equipping our workforce with digital skills and supporting the new generation of startups in their innovation. This is a collective effort, ”said Hernandez.
The end of this webinar series only marked the beginning of a new paradigm of impactful projects that will help support the Philippine digital economy and benefit society around the world.
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