Why Una Realidad?

Una Realidad is about relationships

Una Realidad, or "one reality" in English, is a concise description of our mantra.

Mark Ooi, CEO of Una Realidad, stems his experience from over 10 years in the digital advertising industry in Melbourne, Australia. His appreciation for economics, culture, and technology as well as his extensive travels blend to form this vision: that we all share one reality.

No matter where you are from, through technology, you now have the power to form relationships with individuals thousands of kilometres away. You have the power to influence a community thousands of kilometres away.

And this is what Una Realidad is about: borderless relationship and influence.

We chose the Philippines as our stage for forming relationships and focusing influence. Its unique economic positioning yields opportunities that unite people and business together in a way that brings our mantra to life.


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Services

Offshore Insourcing Services


Set up a satellite office space in The Philippines to provide your operation with scalability and redundancy.

Offshore Software Development


Our studio holds the best developers to come out of The Philippines.

Outsourcing Consultations


Want to set up your own operation in The Philippines? Let our dedicated, consultants on-the-ground help you get set up from start to finish.

INSIGHT

  • Manila or the Provinces for IT companies?

    Oct 27, 2014

    As to date, many investors still believe that the IT industry in the Philippines is booming. Despite the many rumours and competition that has risen between asian countries, investors are still eying Philippines as their top choice for BPO, Offshoring and Outsourcing. Foreign and local investors alike are in terms of getting business partners into the Philippines to demonstrate how Filipinos...

  • BPO Companies' Future: A Review from Past Data

    Feb 26, 2014

    Just last year, despite the Bohol earthquake and the damages brought about by the super typhoon Yolanda in the Visayas and Palawan, the Philippines still clung to peg a 7.2% growth in the economy that helped the country to land second in Asia as best performing economies closely competing with that of China’s. Considering the economic indicators and the projections a year ago, it can be...

  • Philippine Freelance Market for Web Services

    Sep 27, 2013

    Developments and innovations in technology have greatly impacted the living norms all over the world, including the way “work” is defined and done. From the traditional 8-hour or full-time jobs in offices, the Philippines has joined the world in supplying its labor workforce to respond to global demands for web services in virtual workspaces. Three of the biggest staffing platform...

  • How Political Reform is Reshaping the Philippine Economy

    Oct 30, 2012

    Asia’s former black sheep when it came to economic growth and stability, The Philippines has struggled to thrive under a legacy of bribery and corruption ever since the years of the crooked Marcos regime. The country’s economy has long been kept afloat by the remittances sent to Philippine families by relatives who’ve traveled overseas looking for work. Recently, however, the...

  • Education in the Provincial Philippines

    May 1, 2012

    Do Philippine children growing up in small cities get a better education than those living in Manila or in remote rural locations? Surveys show that Filipinos consider education to be the most important factor in improving their economic status and preventing their children from living in poverty, but outside factors like location, lack of money for school supplies, and concerns about...