11 September 2014, "Microsoft opens wider understanding with PLM"
Microsoft general manager Karrie Capellan-Ilagan and PLM president Artemio G. Tuquero are shown in a ceremonial signing for an understanding to usher in new benefits and expanded areas of mutual cooperation between the development partners.
Commencing on 30 July 2014 when the MOU was originally signed, benefits from the engagement include, among others, the provisioning of industry courseware for students; development trainings to capacitate the faculty and PLM's Microsoft student partners on current technology trends; free access to DreamSpark Premium & BizSpark Technopreneurship academic tools worth millions of pesos.
Joining the top honchos of Microsoft and PLM are (from left) PLM's Microsoft Student Partners Matthew Buena and Zeychelle Hundana, Computer Studies chair Leisyl Ocampo, CET dean Clydelle Rondaris, ITC director Garry Erwin de Gracia, Microsoft's academic programs specialist Duchess Joebeth Domagsang, Microsoft's audience marketing manager John Paul Sibug and Microsoft's director for development and platform Alvin Gendrano.
PLM's IT director Garry Erwin de Gracia, PLM's program director for industry-academe institutional linkages, and Microsoft's director for development and platform Alvin Gendrano sign the memorandum of understanding (MOU) as witnesses on behalf of their respective institutions.
A posterity shot of the Microsoft and PLM delegations.
The group gladly listens as Garry Erwin de Gracia, Presidential assistant for special concerns, stresses a point, prior to the ceremonial signing, on the benefits that PLM will derive from the engagement.
Light moments and fellowship of the PLM and Microsoft delegations after the ceremonial signing.
Special thanks to the official photo contributor from the College of Mass Communication:
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