(The Philippine Star) | Updated November 15, 2014 - 12:00am
MANILA, Philippines - DMCI Homes, one of the country’s leading real estate firms, is investing in an IT modernization project aimed at further streamlining its business and improving client servicing.
The company recently entered into a partnership agreement with leading software company Microsoft for the acquisition of the latest version of Microsoft Dynamics AX — a next-generation enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that allows businesses to operate more effectively and make strategic decisions that keep them more efficient and profitable.
“This is a big investment on the part of DMCI Homes,” says Alfredo Austria, president of DMCI Homes. “Both our staff and our customers will benefit greatly from this project since they will be able to get needed information on time. Our staff will also be able to make informed decisions and give our customers better service.”
Microsoft’s central region general manager Diana Tibbs expressed similar enthusiasm for the project. “With our investments here in the Philippines for over 18 years now, I think it’s important for Microsoft to now really focus on its important clients. DMCI Homes is one of those important clients who make that extra effort to really help customers get into their first homes with ease. We are proud to have them entrust the heart and soul of their business in our technology,” she says.
As part of the agreement, Ignify, Microsoft’s official partner-dealer in the Philippines, has also been tapped to provide the required technical advice and assistance as DMCI Homes makes the transition from its previous IT system to the new one.