Empowered women in workplace behind Asticom’s growth
EMPOWERING women in the workplace often result in better job performance and a stronger commitment to the organization. This has been proven at the Asticom Group of Companies, whose female leaders have contributed significantly to the continued growth and success of the shared services group.
Asticom, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Globe, celebrates and acknowledges the impact of its female leaders in helping improve the lives of Filipinos. Their wealth of expertise and experience has allowed the company to support businesses and create more opportunities for Filipinos.
At the Asticom Group, women play a pivotal and central role, starting with Mharicar Castillo-Reyes at its helm as president and chief executive officer. The group also boasts of several women occupying leadership positions across its different subsidiaries.
Among them are Mel Tecson, general manager of Asti Business Services Inc. (ABSI) and managing director of HCX Technology Partners Inc.; Billie Sauco, business development head of ABSI; Marites Domingo, finance head; Leah Reyes, human resources head of Fiber Infrastructure and Network Services Inc. (Finsi); Lailani Pableo, client services manager for Information Technology at Asticom Technology Inc. (ATI), Louie Umali, finance manager of ATI; and Gigi Trinidad, billing and collections manager of ATI. Many others hold supervisory and managerial positions in various departments and teams.
“As a leader and a woman, you should be confident of your strengths. You are capable of achieving great things when you take ownership of your skills and capabilities. There are no boundaries when it comes to making a lasting impact,” says Reyes.
Aside from promoting gender equality, Asticom welcomes people of different ethnicities, ages, disabilities, sexual orientations and cultural backgrounds.
Led by Reyes, Asticom has launched three new subsidiaries in 2021 alone: ABSI, FinsiI, and BRAD Warehouse and Logistics Services Inc. Later in the same year, it has acquired human resource and digital solutions provider HCX Technology Partners Inc.
Likewise, Asticom has reached the P2-billion revenue mark in just 6 years of operations. It currently serves more than 150 clients from several industries and manages over 4,500 people across the group.
Globe supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly UN SDG No. 9, highlighting the roles of infrastructure and innovation as crucial drivers of economic growth and development. It is committed to upholding the UN Global Compact principles and contributing to 10 UN SDGs.
To learn more about Asticom, visit https://https://asticom.com.ph/