Taylor Science and Technology Philippines moves up

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

WITH the rise of ICT and BPO companies, Taylor Science and Technology Philippines (TSTP) is definitely not being left behind.

Aside from moving forward with a new president, Wenjie Wang, Taylor Science and Technology Philippines also moved up two floors above. From being located at the 12th floor of TGU Tower, Asia Town I.T. Park, they transferred office to the 14th floor. 

The 14th floor presents a more spacious and a “more professional looking office,” said Rodin Mangubat, TSTP’s office manager.


The new office, which was blessed last July 22, 2011, now has some 71 work stations for their employees.

“The improvement of a new office is not only for the company but also for all the employees,” said Mangubat.

By working together, TSTP tries to create opportunity and security for fellow employees.

Currently with 56 employers, TSTP would still want to employ more software and computer developers and engineers to take on their many upcoming projects.

Taylor Science and Technology Philippines is company that provides information technology and business process resources to U.S. clients whose services are focused on software engineers, graphic designers and QA engineers. They plan to eventually expand their client base outside the US. (Tara Rose P. Donayre, STC Mass Comm intern)

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on August 12, 2011.


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