Philippine technology company Multisys Technologies Corp. (Multisys) is among this year’s awardees of the recently concluded Asia Corporate Excellence & Sustainability (ACES) Awards, which recognizes inspiring leaders and sustainability advocates cross-industry and across Asia.
Recognized for its leadership and accomplishments in Information Technology, Multisys was named “Asia’s Leading SMEs,” besting 420 nominees, for exhibiting a strong focus on growth and resilience. The winning SMEs have a sustainable business model, a strong customer base, innovative product offering, growing revenue and profits, and the flexibility to respond to rapid changes in the industry and customer demand.
MultiSys is considered as the Philippines’ most important software solutions company that provides a wide range of cost-effective, full-scale software services, system platforms, and integrations that are being used by now more than 2,500 companies and organizations.
“Winning the globally recognized ACES Awards validates Filipino technology advancements, resilience, and world-class reputation,” said MultiSys CEO and founder David Almirol, Jr. “It is a signal that our homegrown technology can expand in the global market. It would give us more influence that would help us in the pursuit of bringing Filipino technology internationally and uplifting the levels of skills and competitiveness in the local IT community.”
Multisys is also lauded for valuing its 500-strong full-time workforce “who are well-taken care of and invested in.” At the headquarters in MultiSys Smart Community, employees get free meals, as well as board and lodging so they can avoid the long commute. Sports facilities, backyards, and gardens where they can grow their own produce, and recreation centers are at their disposal, and employee activities are organized to boost morale and strengthen team spirit.
“This award is a well-deserved recognition of our employees for all their hard work, dedication, talent, and skills,” Almirol said. “It will also inspire the others, from local technology startups to IT specialists, knowing they can thrive and grow without having to leave their homeland.”