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    Pointwest Drives Disruption Dialogue for CeBIT Australia 2017

    Pointwest infuses digital into the Philippine delegation to CeBIT Australia on 23-25 May at the International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Harbour.

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Pointwest Champions Philippine IT-BPM in 3 Top Conferences

Pointwest, the largest Filipino-owned  IT-BPM company in the Philippines, participated in three international conferences in May, namely, SODEC in Japan, CeBIT in Australia, and CommunicAsia in Singapore, to showcase Philippine IT-BPM capabilities for a global audience of investors, tech giants, businesses, innovators, entrepreneurs, and think tanks.

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Digital Transformation, Cybersecurity Focal Points for Pointwest Talks in May 2017 Conferences

In what’s turning out to be a busy week of conferences for Pointwest, the largest Filipino-owned IT-BPM service provider is set to discuss important developments in the areas of digital transformation and cybersecurity in two separate conferences in the Philippines on the fourth week of May 2017.

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Pointwest Hosts 2017 Informatics Olympiad Finals

Pointwest played host to the battle between thirty of the brightest young minds of the country with the holding of the 2017 finals of the National Olympiad for Informatics (NOI) at the company’s UP-AyalaLand Technohub facility on 18-19 Feb. 2017.


Imagineering Digital – A Technovolution – Pointwest@14

Pointwest marks another year of continuous growth and excellence with its 14th anniversary celebration, highlighted by the inauguration of its new 10th floor facility at Citibank Center, Makati on January 20, 2017.

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Pointwest Proposes Software Testing as Added Value for PUP Curriculum

During Softcon 2016 and the first Big Data Analytics Conference, discussions on the capability of IT graduates to meet the demand of the IT-BPM industry came about, along with how much the existing IT curriculum needs to evolve.

Given the various disruptions in 2016, it is no longer a question on whether the academe is lacking in supplying the industry with graduates, who have the skill level to match its needs. In the field of Analytics alone, the depth of training students have on algorithms needs to be assessed. Industry players also expressed concern on the need to evaluate even the rudimentary skills expected of a software engineer.