Wednesday, January 13, 2016


What is Ball Pit Manila?

Ball Pit Manila is the COOLEST playground to hit the city - and it’s for adults only! It boasts the first and biggest adult ball pit in the Philippines, featuring 80,000 balls to play with. Along with the bountiful white orbs, the adult ball pit will have trampolines and even monkey bars so you can swing, jump, and just roll all over this pit of fun.

Why a Ball Pit for adults?

When we were kids, we lived life differently - with an unstoppable curiosity and fascination for everything around us. We want you to rediscover that state by going, or rather - JUMPING into one of the most beloved playpens of our childhood - THE BALL PIT. 

Studies show that childlike fun and freedom promotes pure creativity. Have your 3pm meeting here 
or just have a unique photoshoot in our sea of balls. Blur the boundaries between work and play, or just chill in the COOLEST adults-only playground in Manila!

For only P299 as the promo price (from P499), you can book this one of a kind experience with FREE coffee to boot!

Opens by March 2016 in Makati from 11am to 10pm. Book now at our website:

Re-live your childhood and be amazed with 80,000 white balls

Enjoy it with your friends. Also, you might find a new friends.

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Largest Ball Pit in the Philippines | Ball Pit Manila

The Largest Ball Pit is soon will be launching in the Philippines. Have you ever wish to relive your dream to be like a child again and just play around with your friends. Ball Pit Manila will be launching soon this March 2016 with 80,000 balls and 80,000 reasons to come and play.

If you want to book ahead of time you can reserve a slot in their website , they are having a P200 off and just pay P299/hour for a limited time offer (inclusive of one drink).

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The Dawn of Digitally-Enabled Philippines: IDC Philippines Releases 2016 Top 10 ICT Predictions

Manila, January 8, 2016 IDC Philippines announced today its top predictions for the Philippine ICT industry, which underscores the importance of digital transformation (DX) in driving  business  growtfor  both  enterprises  and  small  anmedium-sized  enterprises (SMEs) on the 3rd Platform. Businesses in the Philippines need to transform into a digitally- led organization through the use of 3rd Platform and innovation accelerators in order to capture value-producing opportunities, pursue new revenue streams, and change an existing business model.

According to IDC, 3rd Platform technologies include the 4 pillars of cloud, mobility, Big Data analytics, and social, as well as the 6 innovation accelerators of IoT, cognitive computing, robotics, 3D printing, virtual/augmented reality, and next-gen security.

Jubert Alberto, country head, IDC Philippines, says, Companies in the Philippines that do not start a DX initiative will find themselves struggling to respond to changing market demands   and   competitive   pressures.   Digitalization   ha been   heightening   industry competition as it paves the way for business process excellence and new monetization and business models. Given increasing industry disruptions brought about by digitalization, it is high time for Philippine enterprises and SMEs to make the move into DX to help them scale up in leadership, omni-experience, information, operating models, and worksource transformation.

Moreover, Alberto adds, "IT leaders in every Filipino organization must transform the IT organization into a true business transformation engine through IDC's new DX leadership framework, Leading in 3D or 3-Dimensional Leadership. Its goal is to 'Innovate', 'Integrate,' and 'Incorporate' IT within the organization to achieve business-driven objectives."

This year, IDC’s top predictions are rebranded as IDC FutureScapes for both technology buyers/CxOs and ICT suppliers.

#1: DX-guided enterprise strategy. By the end of 2019, 80% of enterprise strategies will include a significant DX component.

"Globalization, availability of  analytics, and the Internet as an economic engine require nearly every enterprise strategy and significant business change initiative to involve some aspect of 'digital,' whether it is improving customer experience or internal operations or creating digital products and services. DX is leveraging IDC's 3rd Platform cloud, mobility, Big Data and analytics (BDA), and social business to improve business agility, effectiveness, and customer satisfaction," says Alon Anthony Rejano, analyst, IDC Philippines.

#2: Authentic experiences. By 2020, 80% of Filipino B2C companies will have created an immersive and authentic omni-experience for customers, partners, and employees.

Jerome Dominguez, analyst, IDC Philippines, states, "In the past, effective marketing for Filipino enterprises meant investing huge sums of money on traditional media such as print and TV. Today, the continuous digital transformation is changing the way Filipino consumers respond to marketing. Filipino consumers are making more use of social media than they

used to in the past, hence there is a greater need for companies to assess how they market their products and services in the digital space."

#3: Security and risk management. By 2017, 30% of IT organizations will shift their focus to advanced "contain and control" security and away from a perimeter mentality.

By 2017, IDC expects traditional Philippine enterprises to be forced to make significant operational changes to adjust to the accelerating disruption in the ICT industry. As Filipino enterprises evolve to an information-led, information-centric business model, the strategic importance of a strong security governance model will be critical as the uptake of 3rd Platform technologies among businesses will widen the attack surface, says Dominguez.

#4: Government focus on ICTDigitalization at a national level will continue to be a challenge but significant push will be felt in 2016.

Although there are administrative hurdles stalling progress, IDC expects the Filipino government to pursue eGovernment initiatives geared toward digitalizing processes and improving transparency more actively this 2016. This also includes initiatives around Smart City and public WiFi systems in major centers in the country,” says Dominguez.

#5: Enterprise tingi pack. By the end of 2016, enterprise tingi pack” for cloud and IT
services will thrive among SMEs.

The enterprise tingi pack is going to be common in the consumption of IT products and services. As the demand for cloud and other IT services increases among local SMEs, the pay-as-you-go model will not only help grow the providers’ business but also support SMEs in starting a business using IT tools that are budget-friendly, flexible, and competitive, says Rejano.

#6: Realign suppliers and partners. By 2020, more than 30% of the IT vendors will not exist as we know them today, requiring a realignment of preferred vendor relationships.

The new technologies, offerings, business models, competitors, partners, and buyers in the emerging DX economy are putting tremendous pressure on traditional IT suppliers and accelerating some new players to market leadership roles. Over the next several years, we will see nonstop shifts in vendor fortunes, with almost one-third of today's leading suppliers acquired, merged, downsized, or significantly repositioned. While the traditional IT suppliers are  all  migrating  theiofferings  and  organizations  to  the  3rd  Platform  and  DX  worlds, providing the customers migration paths, the impact is that they may or may not emerge from that transition as market leaders,” says Rejano.

#7: Skills-based marketplaces. By 2016, skills-based virtual coworkers in the Philippines will continue to grow, spurring 3rd Platform usage and further outsourcing opportunities.

Nicolo Santos, analyst, IDC Philippines, says, "Online freelance jobs are taking off, offering job opportunities to many Filipinos at the comfort of their homes. As of 2015, there are approximately 1.3 million online freelancers in the Philippines, a number considered to be one of the highest in the world. By 2016, there will be an additional 500,000 web-based workers to be employed in different online job platforms, specifically coming from the countryside, according to the Department of Science and Technology (DOST)."

#8: Digitalized brick and mortar stores. By 2020, "brick and mortar" stores will provide retailers with new sources of data to create bigger traction and increase patronization and customer base through digital experiences.

An  effective  way  by  which  an  eTailer  venturing  into  offline  channel  can  effectively differentiate itself from its competition is through coming up with a digital store strategy of its brick and mortar estate to provide a personalized customer experience akin to online. Digitalizing brick and mortar stores does not only entail deployment of cutting-edge technology solutions to improve in-store experience; it also makes way for competitive data gathering. There is a lot of potential to be realized from analyzing the multiple data sources generated from digitalizing physical stores information that will allow retailers to both identify and target casual shoppers and, in the process, allow them to better position their products and services to stimulate loyalty to their brand, adds Dominguez.

#9: AiO cards. By 2019, Filipinos will use all-in-one (AiO) cards more predominantly as DX
allows bridges of retail payment methods to become more interconnected.

"With a flourishing retail industry, IDC believes that payment processes will be evolving significantly quicker than before as digital disruptions continue to come about. Just recently, Manilas Railway Systems (MRT, LRT 1, and LRT 2) started offering reloadable cards that can be topped up online. This is an auspicious start in the governments drive to digitalizing payment methods," says Linus Go, analyst, IDC Philippines.

#10:  DX  adoption  ivarious  sectors.  DX  will  start  ttake  off  i"non-IT-intensive" industries like agribusiness and resource industries in 2016.

IDC expects businesses in non-IT-intensive industries such as agriculture, agribusiness, and resource industries to adopt 3rd Platform technologies to bring innovations in their business models and consumption patterns. The introduction of new information and communication technologies (ICT) in these industries could make these industries more sustainable as it transforms  the  businesses  and  drive  more  organizations  to  pursue  innovation-centric projects with ICT at their core, says Rejano.

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