We’ve recently incorporated Cashboard into both of our companies over the last week. The one thing I’ve noticed when trying it out was that when exporting an Invoice to PDF the Philippine currency symbol turned into “?” which wasn’t cool. So being the picky guy that I am, I contacted Cashboard’s support team. Within an hour I had a response stating that would be looking into the issue soon and would get back to me personally when it was resolved. Sure enough 24 hours later I get a very personalized email stating the issue was resolved.
So not only is the product amazingly helpful but their support is an added bonus as well! These guys are great and I hope their product continues to get better.
Well-acclaimed film director Chito Roño has announced that he is taking a break from doing drama movies.
“Doing drama, drama can be heavy here (points to his chest). On the other hand, scary movies have a cathartic effect on people. We all need a little shock every now and then,” Roño said.
Health and wellness guru Cory Quirino has finally fulfilled one of her lifelong dreams – to get a college degree.
Quirino, who took hotel and restaurant management at the Philippine Women’s University in Quezon City, graduated on April 4 at the Philippine International Convention Center Plenary Hall in Manila.
Actor Jericho Rosales said he is happy because he is able to help singer-actress Karylle to move forward after her break-up with actor Dingdong Dantes.
In one of her interviews, Karylle admitted that Rosales plays a big role in her healing process.
MANILA, Philippines — Opposition Sen. Panfilo Lacson urged President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Wednesday to find the true meaning of Lent by realizing her faults, and repenting with all her heart.
In his Lenten message, Lacson said he wishes for Mrs. Arroyo that the true meaning of Lent finally fill her heart, mind and soul.
“May she realize her faults. May she repent with all her heart. So that the Filipino people may live better lives,” he said.
Ayala-led Manila Water Co. will soon be awarded the water concession for the Boracay tourist haven this month, the Tourism department yesterday said.
Tourism chief Joseph H. Durano said the government had decided to privatize the island’s water system and that Manila Water would be awarded the concession contract after the Holy Week break.
After that, the utility primarily in-charge of providing water to Metro Manila’s eastern zone should begin upgrading Boracay island’s water and sewerage system.
After being featured in Newsweek magazine’s list of “greediest people of all time,” former First Lady Imelda Marcos has reportedly become hesitant to testify in government cases against alleged Marcos cronies still holding ill-gotten wealth from the Martial Law period, a source said Tuesday.
Catalino Generillo, special counsel for the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG), said Imelda has been more “reclusive” since the Newsweek feature appeared.
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines will be sending 133 policemen to serve as peacekeepers in East Timor.
East Timor, officially known as the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, is a Southeast Asian country that torn by internal conflict since it gained full independence from Indonesia in 2002.
The United Nations has asked the Philippine National Police (PNP) to send additional personnel to help keep order in the fledgling state.
MANILA, Philippines - The shroud of secrecy surrounding the so-called Davao Death Squad (DDS) may finally be broken as some former members have expressed willingness to come out.
Davao Archbishop Fernando Capalla said at least one former member of the DDS has fled the group and now wishes to testify.
“There are witnesses willing to testify as long as the church would guarantee their safety,” Capalla said in an article on the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Web site.