REPORT
IN
WEB DESIGN
 iACADEMY was established in 2002 under the
guidance of Eusebio H. Tanco, Washington
Z. Sycip, and a group of board membe...
 Located along Ayala Avenue
in Makati City, iACADEMY has grown since it opened its
doors a decade ago. Its first course o...
 For the succeeding school years, iACADEMY‟s student population
increased and its curriculum was enhanced. From the initi...
 iACADEMY has also forged strong bonds with respected
entities in different industries. In 2009, WACOM, the world‟s
leadi...
 In 2011, just a few months after iACADEMY opened its BS
Fashion Design and Technology program, it was chosen by
Solar En...
 It all started when four visionaries conceptualized setting up a
training center to fill very specific manpower needs.
...
 The first two schools were inaugurated in August 21, 1983 in
Buendia, Makati and in España, Manila, and offered basic
co...
 The schools‟ 1st batch of graduates, all 11 of them, were
hired by Systems Resources Incorporated. And through GHP,
more...
 Informatics Philippines, established in 1994, is a multinational corporation
committed to provide quality training and e...
 The Company has won many awards including the 12th Asia-Pacific
Excellence Awards (2005), the National Consumers Council...
 iACADEMY
 Systems Technology Institute(STI)
 Informatics
COMPARISONS
 iACADEMY
 Systems Technology Institute(STI)
 Informatics
FINDINGS
RECOMMENDATIONS
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  1. 1. REPORT IN WEB DESIGN
  2. 2.  iACADEMY was established in 2002 under the guidance of Eusebio H. Tanco, Washington Z. Sycip, and a group of board members recognized as experts in the fields of business and education. These distinguished men and women wanted to bridge a gap in the country’s educational system: the mismatch between graduates of academic institutions and the needs of the industry. To address the problem, iACADEMY’s founders envisioned a school that produces graduates that possess not just a diploma, but the skills and training that will prepare them well for the future. IACADEMY HISTORY & ACHIEVEMENTS
  3. 3.  Located along Ayala Avenue in Makati City, iACADEMY has grown since it opened its doors a decade ago. Its first course offerings included BSBA e-Management, BSCS Software Engineering, BSCS Network Engineering, and BSIT Digital Arts—courses designed to develop the technical and creative skills of its students.  For the succeeding school years, iACADEMY‟s student population increased and its curriculum was enhanced. From the initial batch of 72 enrollees, the College now has nearly 1,000 students. In June 2003, the College teamed up with IBM Philippines for its computer science and information technology program. In 2005, the program was granted recognition, with zero deficiency, by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
  4. 4.  For the succeeding school years, iACADEMY‟s student population increased and its curriculum was enhanced. From the initial batch of 72 enrollees, the College now has nearly 1,000 students. In June 2003, the College teamed up with IBM Philippines for its computer science and information technology program. In 2005, the program was granted recognition, with zero deficiency, by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED ).  To answer the changing imperatives of business and economy, new courses were offered like BS Entrepreneurship (2003),BSBA Marketing and Advertising (2004), BSBA Operations Management (2006), BS Fashion Design and Technology (2011), AB in Multimedia Arts and Design (2011). Plus, in line with its innovative roots, the iACADEMY was the first and remains the0only school in the country to offer two cutting-edge courses: BS Animation (2007) and BS Game Development and Programming (2011).
  5. 5.  iACADEMY has also forged strong bonds with respected entities in different industries. In 2009, WACOM, the world‟s leading manufacturer of digital interface solutions as well as interactive pen displays and tablets became iACADEMY‟s training partner. With this relationship, iACADEMY‟s animation and multimedia programs have been tremendously enhanced. The College‟s educational services are now at par with prestigious international colleges and universities. In 2010, iACADEMYwas appointed as the first IBM Software Center of Excellence in the ASEAN Region and the first Lotus Academic Institute. As such, the College has proved to be one of the best training grounds for future IBM professionals, proof positive thatiACADEMY‟s curriculum is strong and competitive.
  6. 6.  In 2011, just a few months after iACADEMY opened its BS Fashion Design and Technology program, it was chosen by Solar Entertainment Corporation to be the official partner- school and workspace of the Project Runway Philippines (Season 3), the popular reality TV show that has produced some of the country‟s finest and fast-rising fashion designers.  Aside from quality instruction from iACADEMY faculty, the College boasts of state-of-the-art facilities, backed by the top- of-the-line equipment and software to help students maximize their schooling. Academic learning takes place mostly in classrooms, while computer laboratories provide students with simulations of workplace set-ups. Student meetings, general assemblies, and other related events and activities are held in conference rooms and other offices
  7. 7.  It all started when four visionaries conceptualized setting up a training center to fill very specific manpower needs.  It was in the early „80s when Augusto C. Lagman, Herman T. Gamboa, Benjamin A. Santos, and Edgar H. Sarte — four entrepreneurs came together to set up Systems Technology Institute (STI), a training center that delivers basic programming education to professionals and students who want to learn this new skill.  Systems Technology Institute‟s name came from countless brainstorming sessions among the founders, perhaps from Sarte‟s penchant for three-letter acronyms from the companies he managed at the time. STI COLLEGE HISTORY & ACHIEVEMENTS
  8. 8.  The first two schools were inaugurated in August 21, 1983 in Buendia, Makati and in España, Manila, and offered basic computer programming courses. With a unique and superior product on their hands, it was not difficult to expand the franchise through the founders‟ business contacts. A year after the first two schools opened, the franchise grew to include STI Binondo, Cubao, and Taft.  A unique value proposition spelled the difference for the STI brand then: “First We‟ll Teach You, Then We‟ll Hire You.” Through its unique Guaranteed Hire Program (GHP), all qualified graduates were offered jobs by one of the founders‟ companies, or through their contacts in the industry.
  9. 9.  The schools‟ 1st batch of graduates, all 11 of them, were hired by Systems Resources Incorporated. And through GHP, more qualified STI graduates found themselves working in their field of interest straight out of school.  No one among the four founders imagined that the Systems Technology Institute would become a college, or would grow to have over 100 schools across the country. But it did, all because of its unique value proposition, the synergy between the founders and their personnel, and the management‟s faithfulness to quality.  A long way since its birth, STI‟s thrust has permeated right into the core of the globally competitive market — it has transcended beyond ICT and beyond education, addressing the need for job-ready graduates.
  10. 10.  Informatics Philippines, established in 1994, is a multinational corporation committed to provide quality training and education in Information and Communications Technology to Filipinos. Informatics has more than 30 centres operating nationwide providing lifelong learning courses on Corporate Productivity, Business Solutions and Higher Education from undergraduate to postgraduate degree completions.  Globally, Informatics has won many awards including the Singapore Brand Awards 2002 and 2003, the Singapore Quality Class for Private Education Organizations (SQC for PEO) as well as People Developer Standards Award.  Informatics Philippines is part of a network of training and education companies that operates in over 50 countries spanning Asia, Europe, Africa and South America. Informatics Group is listed on the mainboard of the Stock Exchange of Singapore.  The Company has won many awards including the 12th Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards (2005), the National Consumers Council (2001, 2002 and 2004), the National Consumers Quality Awards as Outstanding Computer School. INFORMATICS HISTORY & ACHIEVEMENTS
  11. 11.  The Company has won many awards including the 12th Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards (2005), the National Consumers Council (2001, 2002 and 2004), the National Consumers Quality Awards as Outstanding Computer School.  The Company was also elevated to the Hall of Fame award for winning the International Master Franchise of the Year Award (Service Category) for two consecutive years (2001-2002), by the Department of Trade and Industry and by the Philippine Franchise Association. Informatics was also awarded by the Parangal ng Bayan Foundation with the National Consumers Excellence Award for Outstanding IT School in view of its significant contribution to the well-being of the Filipino Consumers.  Informatics Philippines is part of a network of training and education companies that operates in over 50 countries spanning Asia, Europe, Africa and South America. Informatics Group is listed on the mainboard of the Stock Exchange of Singapore.
  12. 12.  iACADEMY  Systems Technology Institute(STI)  Informatics COMPARISONS
  13. 13.  iACADEMY  Systems Technology Institute(STI)  Informatics FINDINGS
  14. 14. RECOMMENDATIONS

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