I joined MediaTrack way back December 2011 as an IT Plotter for 2 months and moved to being an IT Admin for 4months. As the company grew and expanded, I eventually became part of the technical team as a Network Administrator.
I joined Mediatrack in October 2014 as an analyst. After 3 years, I started working as team leader. I enjoy working with all our fantastic teams here in Mediatrack. Be it in Singapore, Thailand, The Philippines or Denmark we all contribute towards the common goal – customer satisfaction.
I joined MediaTrack in 2012 as the Head of IT. My responsibilities as Head of IT were similar to what I do now as the Chief Technical Officer (CTO), in that I ensure that the system of MediaTrack is stable and secure at all times.
I joined Media Track as an analyst but is now working as a Business Development Manager, yet still partially assisting the analysis department. In general, I am proud of having the opportunity to be a significant player in contributing to the growth of Media Track.
Above all, I am also responsible for our marketing initiatives, campaigns, and strategies; speaking of which we are in the midst of launching new product offerings aside from our existing newspaper digitization product.
I joined the company in 2012 as an Analyst. After about half a year, I started working with our print conversion, ie., the digitization of newspapers and magazines. Since then Media Track and the conversion business have grown tremendously and today, I am Mediatrack’s COO.
I am the office manager of Media Track, which is probably self-explanatory of what my role entails. On the fun side I try my best to ensure our office has a cosy enough vibe to match its hipster exterior as well as at times be a “mother hen” to the team! ?
Media Track has about 300 employees in Manila and Cebu in the south Philippines. Besides admin and HR staff, we have 3 departments: Media Team with some 10 people, IT development team with 12 people, some analysts and translators, and most of the rest are data encoders.