ENP Newswire -
Release date- 26122013 -
PLDT Cloud PaaS now gives enterprises the ability to develop and deliver various applications with unprecedented ease. Enterprise developers can begin creating their applications in a standard Web browser using pre-built templates, significantly reducing development lead-time thanks to an 80% drag-and-drop and 20% coding model. Pre-built templates on its starter package can be used instantly to develop applications for numerous organizational needs such as sales & marketing, human resources, IT, and other functional areas. They also have an option to purchase more advanced application templates that specifically benefit industries such as banking & finance, retail & manufacturing, and real estate.
PLDT Cloud PaaS is initially offered for
'Traditional application development, from initial set-up to delivery, usually takes 3 to 6 months and requires the purchase of millions of pesos worth of equipment and licenses,' says
'As global business becomes even more fast-paced, it is imperative for enterprises to innovate instantly in order to stay ahead of their competition,' says PLDT FVP and Head of PLDT ALPHA Enterprise Mr.
PLDT Cloud PaaS is the latest addition in the PLDT Cloud portfolio, joining other solutions such as PLDT Cloud IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PLDT Cloud SaaS (Software as a Service), and the recently launched PLDT Cloud CCaaS (Contact Center as a Service).
PLDT leads the country among telco providers with more than 75,000 kilometers of fiber optic network cabling and four landing stations strategically located in the archipelago. It also operates three VITRO Data Centers in the country, including the country's first ISO 22301:2012 Business Continuity Management System certification from SocieteGenerale de Surveillance (SGS) ensuring customers of world-class business continuity.
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