It is official. iConcept Global Advertising Inc. bagged three new, special deals from the government sector.
“We expect a busier work schedule in the next few months,” said Leonardo “Dingdong” Gonzales Jr., Creative Director, adding “but I believe we’re going to enjoy this more, not to mention we will be able to help Filipinos access vital information better.”
iConcept Global will be doing the websites of Cultural Center of the Philippine (CCP) and Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA-DOST), while accomplishing the website for another government agency in the name of Sugar Regulatory Administration (SRA).
Gonzales expressed gratitude to the whole team “for the commendable performance showcased in the previous months.” He added, “With the coming of new projects, the same level of enthusiasm and expertise is required in order to deliver or even exceed clients’ expectations.”
When asked of the preparations being made by the team, Gonzales said “As early as now, we are ironing out the schedule of the team. The assigned team members are also starting to perform necessary preparations such as research.”
“We still cannot disclose much information about the project requirements of these prestigious organizations, but I know the whole production team is taking up the gauntlet and is ready to exceed clients’ expectations.”
“We’re the best,” Gonzales said in jest.
iConcept Global enjoys the reputation of being the preferred online service provider of government agencies. But, for iCGAI President Marlon Owen Cruz it means more.
“The honor of being chosen by Philippine agencies can be attributed to the quality of commitment we give to our customers. We make sure that trust is always present, a feeling that whatever happens we will finish the project,” Cruz said.
“We consider providing our service to government agencies as our contribution to nation building and uplifting of the economy.”
According to iCGAI Research, projects from the government sector started pouring in 2010. The first government client was Philippine International Convention Center (PICC). It was followed by Department of Education (DepEd) Malolos, Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), Roadboard of the Philippines and Municipal Government of General Nakar in Quezon in 2011. The National Metrology Laboratory came in early 2012 followed by several inquiries from both government agencies and private organizations.by