MSI-ECS is probably the biggest IT distributor in the country and they're getting bigger and bigger each and every year. To support their growing population, MSI-ECS built their new Hub in M. Eusebio Ave., San Miguel, Pasig City.
|The main entrance of MSI-ECS|
Dubbed as the MSI-ECS Complex, it is a HUGE space that occupies 28,800 sq. meter of land area. It's specifically designed to be an all in one place that has their main office, warehouse, DigiCar Service Center and etc.
|The ribbon cutting was led by (from left) MSI-ECS EVP Princess Chua, MSI-ECS Director Cynthia Go, CEO & President Jimmy Go, ECS Technology China CEO Grace Chow, ECS Singapore CEO William Ong and ECS EVP for Group Business Development Tow Cheng.|
It packs more than state of the art function rooms for meetings, teleconference area, training rooms and solution centers. They also have there high speed internet connections, software-defined network, upgraded Oracle system ERP, hyper-convergence infrastructure, improved warehouse management system, IP cameras and redundant UPS to ensure that they always stay on top of their game.
|The grand staircase inside|
During our tour in that huge location, we also noticed that the culture if MSI-ECS is designed to favor collaborations or teamwork in order to do more. There were collaboration areas and different inspiration quotes everywhere.
They also have their own gym, clinic and other important functions that truly makes it an all in one office that enables you to have a balanced lifestyle while maximizing your potential.
|It's a huge compound|
The office blessing was officiated by Rev. Fr. Jason C. Solon, OAD. The CEO and President of MSI-ECS, Jimmy Go led the ribbon cutting together with the company’s Director, Cynthia Go and the EVP/General Manager, Princess Chua. They were joined by the CEO of ECS Singapore, William Ong, ECS’ EVP for Group Business Development Tow Cheng, and the CEO of ECS Technology China, Grace Chow. Present during the ribbon cutting were vendors, resellers, bankers and members of the press.