Power Mac Center launches business group to address corporate sector
Power Mac Center (PMC), a chain of reliable retail shops and service providers of Apple products and premium accessories in the country, launched its Corporate Business Group (CBG) to provide stronger focus on the growing number of the company’s corporate or institutional clients.
The corporate business unit will handle IT migration/Integration, iOS and mobile solutions, corporate marketing, and employee purchase program and incentives. Service level agreement (SLA) is one of the main offerings of the CBG for companies seeking to migrate/integrate their IT infrastructure into Apple’s network architecture.
iOS and mobile solutions involve iPad and iPhone deployments, which may require sales force automation, mobile and office productivity, customized business apps, e-books & e-learning or digital media, and mobile reporting.
Corporate marketing, on the other hand, entails maximizing marketing impact through consumer promotions, event tie-ups, rewards & loyalty programs, online social media activities, and customer programs.
Lastly, employee purchase program and incentives entail developing lifestyle partnerships, sales incentive programs, and cooperative loan programs.
According to Power Mac Center Marketing Director Joey Alvarez, “We established a Corporate Business Group to provide clients from the corporate sector with dependable and quality support for their operations. Through this, we want to inspire innovation within this sector while providing them with end-to-end solutions through the products and services that we have.
The launch of the Corporate Business Group is also part of Power Mac Center’s continuing efforts to provide Apple products and services to as many sectors in the Philippines as possible.
Said Alvarez, “The group’s job description also includes pursuing more corporate or institutional clients as part of our efforts to evangelize businesses into taking advantage of the many benefits of integrating Apple technology in their operations.”