Month: November 2015

Partners needed to help business integrate new powerful cloud telephony service in the Philippines.

Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are seen to be as the solution for the inclusive growth not only in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) but also in the ASEAN Economic Community which is both taking shape this year.  Vinea Distributions, Inc. (VDI0, Knowlarity’s distributor in the Philippines calls on partners to help business integrate this new powerful cloud telephony service. “We are looking for partners and resellers who would join our journey in providing businesses with the capability to boost their business and increase their capacity to capture sales lead through Knowlarity,” says Jason Hidalgo, VDI Knowlarity Product Specialist. The cost of traditional PBX systems is limiting the growth of MSMEs because of the cost of installing the infrastructure and also maintaining high cost of communication charges.  SuperReceptionist, the initial product offering from Knowlarity is a hosted business phone system that allows you to record, route, forward, and track every call that your company makes or receives.  This new cloud telephony service practically replaces the traditional PBX systems ‘need to pay’ model with …

Friday’s 10 Happy Things Vol 2

It’s been a while since I last update the blog series – Friday’s Ten Happy Things. And I’m kinda feeling I’m back to blogging since work has been going light these past few days. Here’s volume 2 of what I’m happy about this Friday. Payday Friday! Done paying bills – credit card, Globe postpaid plan, save a few bucks for condo rent on the 30th. Went out to visit a local coffee shop in Makati with a long-time-no-hangout friend. I’ll write a separate blog post about this coffee shop soon. Was able to pull myself on not getting soft with someone I dated. He texted me and exchanged messages, but I kept my guard strong. I noticed my hair’s length is near my target. Though I still have to get the ear sides really long para swak na swak ibrushup. Started saving money in getting a Macbook. It’ll be a long journey. Haven’t had any lates at work since November 2. I’m looking forward to monthly perfect attendance. I need monthly incentive. Finished a Pinoy …

tipsy beans mandaluyong

Coffee and Alcohol Together at Tipsy Beans, Mandaluyong

I was spending a lot of time checking the app Booky where tons of restaurants in the Philippines are listed. You can check restaurants by location, and the app also shows a top list of new restaurants and hot restaurants to eat too. And the nearest restaurant to where I stay in Mandaluyong is Tipsy Beans. It is located at 50 Domingo M. Guevarra Street, Highway Hills, Mandaluyong City, which is a trike away, just across California Gardens. Tipsy Beans, Mandaluyong Tipsy Beans is a place that makes you sober, tipsy, awake and relaxed at the same time. Sounds interesting, right? This is a quaint place for you and your friends.  So allow me to spend this whole post talking about how interesting and nice the space of Tipsy Beans is!

Instagram Lately Vol 1

Was dating someone and we wen to National Museum and National Art Gallery. And it ended. A photo posted by CLINT MAMURI (@chasingecstasy) on Oct 18, 2015 at 4:46pm PDT Since my iPhone will almost die due to its bloated battery and front panel is already loose, I got myself a new phone — G4. katad; kuwero; balat; A photo posted by CLINT MAMURI (@chasingecstasy) on Nov 4, 2015 at 9:18am PST Spent All Saint’s Day with the family at Bumbungan Eco Park. “One who bathes willingly with cold water doesn’t feel the cold.” A photo posted by CLINT MAMURI (@chasingecstasy) on Nov 2, 2015 at 7:44am PST Red cups are back. Time to collect those stickers. but loving him was #RED A photo posted by CLINT MAMURI (@chasingecstasy) on Nov 3, 2015 at 7:08am PST Moved to a new condominium. Posted a view from the window. Dark, deeply, beautiful blue. A photo posted by CLINT MAMURI (@chasingecstasy) on Nov 4, 2015 at 3:46am PST So I’ve been trying and experimenting on mobile photography. Checked …

Pfizer Strengthens Global Campaign on Bone Health, Calls on Filipinos to ‘Love Your Bones’

It is easy, or seemingly involuntary, to take things for granted when living in today’s fast-paced world. Health is almost secondary, as work is often given high priority. But to keep the body going, one needs food and nutrients for sustenance—the same goes for the need for strong bones to ensure continuous mobility and support. Sadly, food and bone health, although considered vital life components, are still largely ignored, be it due to poor lifestyle or lack of awareness. To help address this growing health problem, Pfizer Consumer Healthcare (PCH) partnered with the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) to spearhead the local celebration of World Osteoporosis Day (WOD) on October 20. Aptly themed “Serve up Bone Strength,” WOD 2015 focuses on the importance of adopting a bone-healthy diet throughout a person’s lifetime to optimize bone strength. The campaign highlights the point that poor nutrition is one of the critical risk factors for developing bone-related diseases. “It conveys the message that the first step in osteoporosis prevention begins in youth, when nutrition can help maximize our bone-building …