Known as one of the largest and most trusted digital transformation technology providers in the Philippines, MobileOptima’s Tarkie has vastly improved the delivery of service of some of the country’s most reputable companies through real-time visibility and service automation.
Globe Telecom, Abenson, Bounty Agro Ventures Inc., Megasoft Hygienic Products, Inc. and Doctors Generics Pharmacy, Inc. are just a few of the many companies that have dramatically improved their operations under Tarkie’s tried and tested system.
Recently, UnionBank has also partnered with Tarkie and QuadX to deliver cutting-edge logistics and enterprise resource planning solutions to the growing community of MSMEs on UnionBank GlobalLinker. This is part of the bank’s strong commitment in empowering micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises in the Philippines.
“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.
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.
For its part, Tarkie is looking forward to working with an equally innovative and forward-looking partner.
“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,” said Rio Palabrica-Ilao, president of Mobile Optima Inc., the company behind Tarkie.
With the said partnership, over 40,000 members of UnionBank GlobalLinker can now avail the services of QuadX and Tarkie on the platform.
For more information on Tarkie, visit www.tarkie.com.
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