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Intel Philippines launches “Negosyantech” campaign to modernize Philippine businesses

Ricky Banaag, Intel Philippines President

Ricky Banaag, Intel Philippines President

Partnering with top technology companies, Intel Philippines has launched “Negosyantech”, a campaign to provide small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) with the technology and tools to move the business forward. Among its partners are social networking giant Multiply, software development hub 8layer Technologies Inc, telecommunications giant PLDT, and hardware manufacturers Acer, Dell, HP, Samsung and Lenovo.

Always at the forefront of technology, Intel is harnessing the power of the web and open source technology by providing turnkey solutions to running the business. By leveraging on the PC as a business platform, anyone can be an entrepreneur.

Intel, 8layer Technologies Inc, Multiply - Negosyantech Intel Philippines

Intel, 8layer Technologies Inc, Multiply - Negosyantech Intel Philippines

One of the biggest challenges facing businesses today is the lingering stigma of online transactions. Technology isn’t perfect, and news of stolen credit cards, identity theft, and all other types of cyber crime is quite rampant. It is no wonder Filipino buyers hesitate when making online purchases in fear of falling victim to hackers and cyber criminals.

To address this concern, Intel and its partners made the necessary steps to secure each and every transaction. Multiply offers a buyer protection scheme and vendor verification system to protect clients from scammers. The Kasosyo apps suite by 8layer Technologies uses enhanced security such as SSL to protect the communication line.

Negosyantech poster

Negosyantech poster

Putting up a business has never been simpler with Negosyantech by Intel! For more information, check out the teaser videos below featuring Kaloy, Cleverlyn, and Nenelyn. Full press release follows.

Intel Negosyantech videos

Intel Negosyantech video: Kaloy

Intel Negosyntech video: Nenelyn

Intel Negosyantech photos

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