23 Jan 2020, 14:30 — 3 min read
Strongly committed to empowering micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in the Philippines, UnionBank has partnered with QuadX and Tarkie to deliver cutting-edge logistics and enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to the growing community of MSMEs on UnionBank GlobalLinker.
“We believe that partners such as QuadX and Tarkie will be beneficial to our SME community and that UnionBank GlobalLinker is proving to be an essential tool for the digital transformation of SMEs in the Philippines,” said Jaypee Soliman, product owner of UnionBank GlobalLinker.
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UnionBank GlobalLinker is a digital platform that helps micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises to go digital and grow globally with networking tools and free business tools.
“We’re excited to work with UnionBank as being one of the leading tech advocates in the Philippines. We are also excited to bring our services to all sizes of businesses on UnionBank GlobalLinker,” shared Rio Palabrica-Ilao, president of Mobile Optima Inc., the company behind Tarkie.
QuadX’s Head of Sales, Jett Marana, also expressed his excitement to work with UnionBank GlobalLinker. “We’re happy to be part of the vision of UnionBank GlobalLinker – to be a home of SMEs.”
“We believe that partners such as QuadX and Tarkie will be beneficial to our SME community and that UnionBank GlobalLinker is proving to be an essential tool for the digital transformation of SMEs in the Philippines.”
With the said partnership, over 40,000 members of UnionBank GlobalLinker can now avail the services of QuadX and Tarkie on the platform.
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