Globe Telecom Senior Vice President and Head for Globe Business Nikko Acosta recently took oath as member of the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP), is expected to lead discussions and sharing of best practices specific to transforming the ICT industry in the country and enabling enterprises embrace the upcoming ASEAN integration by becoming more globally-competitive
Acosta’s leadership was instrumental in steering the growth of Globe Telecom’s information and communication technology (ICT) arm, with revenues growing by 10 percent in 2014 led by strong growth of the segment’s data business amidst cutthroat competition in the enterprise ICT business.
MAP is a management organization whose members represent a cross-section of CEOs, COOs and other top management practitioners from the largest local and multinational companies operating in the Philippines.
Acosta was joined by other new members of the organization who are known luminaries in their respective industries. This include Gina Lopez of ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Ernesto Mascenon of Nestle Philippines, Amado Del Rosario of PGA Cars, and Noel Cortez from Asian Institute of Management.
“It is a great honor to be a part of an organization which promotes management excellence for nation building. I hope to see a great exchange of ideas among MAP member executives as I commit to bring to the table relevant insights that can help enterprises adapt to the technological revolution to keep them at par with their global counterparts,” shares Acosta.
As the preferred ICT partner of leading Business Process Outsourcing (BPOs) companies in the Philippines, Globe Business provides a comprehensive range of ICT interconnectivity for the country’s top industries, businesses and commercial enterprises engineered according to their business requirements. The portfolio of products and services comprise of mobile, wireline, broadband, data connections, internet, managed services and IT-enabling services as well as cloud computing solutions. The company’s data center and carrier ethernet services are ISO- and MEF global standards-certified, respectively.