Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Elabram Systems Group and ASEAN integration

ASEAN Integration will open a lot of possibilities to the Philippines knowing that the main objective is to create a single market and production base by ensuring a free flow of goods, services, investment, capital and skilled labor. The benefits will be overflowing though competition will be bigger too since we are opening our door to the other ASEAN countries to produce quality products and services for the global consumption. 
Elabram Systems Group, the manpower behind global telecommunications companies since 1999 have a footprint in the Philippines and getting bigger in terms of Talent Acquisition and Deployment (TAD) giving quality backbones for the different organizations not just locally but globally since the main headquarter is based in Malaysia with offices in Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand. 

One of the sunrise industry according to a credible economist in the Philippines is Telecommunications and since obviously, more and more Filipinos are using mobile phones and surfing the internet, all 50 Million users locally and the statistic is getting bigger each day thus Elabram Systems Group plays a vital role in giving out good signals around the Philippines with the Network Planning & Optimization Business (NPO). 

The role of Elabram Systems Group in the infrastructure for Telecommunication is very important since investors will make sure that they will have a good communication infrastructure from the Philippines to the global market. Transaction must be smooth and right message must be delivered.

According to University of the Philippines, “The blueprint for realizing an ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2015 was adopted and signed by ASEAN Leaders in November 2007 in Singapore during their annual Summit Meeting The Philippines is one of the signatories in the AEC Blueprint, which means the country, along with other ASEAN Member States (AMS), should be open to zero import duties for ASEAN products and services by 2015.  AMS nationals, meanwhile, should be able to work anywhere in the region without a work permit. The Integration is expected to boost investments, job creation, and incomes in the region while the ASEAN Integration is expected to level the playing field among industries in the region, it is also expected that Philippine firms should brace for an intense competition with their ASEAN counterparts.  An intense competition will therefore raise the bar for innovation, quality and productivity, which will enable businesses to compete head on with other players.”

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