Day: September 13, 2020

Leading University Leverages Nintex Promapp® to Propel Process Excellence

University of Western Australia deploys the process mapping capabilities of the Nintex Process Platform to accelerate process improvement and underpin business continuity AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Sept. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Nintex, the global standard for process management and automation, today announced that The University of Western Australia (UWA) has embarked on the deployment of Nintex […]

Metro Manila cemeteries closed during ‘Undas’

EARLY VISIT A resident on Sunday lights a candle at the tomb of a loved one inside the Barangka Municipal Cemetery in Marikina City. —JOAN BONDOC MANILA, Philippines — The new coronavirus pandemic has claimed as casualty in Metro Manila another tradition religiously followed by millions of Filipino Catholics throughout the country — visiting their […]

Gov’t reduces physical distancing on PUVs

DISTANCE BETWEEN US The move by transportation officials to reduce the 1-meter rule for physical distancing on public vehicles has raised fears of more coronavirus infections and deaths. —GRIG C. MONTEGRANDE MANILA, Philippines — The government will reduce physical distancing on public vehicles on Monday as commuter safety advocates and the Vice President questioned the […]

Proposed 2021 budget has ‘too many lump sum appropriations’ – Angara

Finance Committee Chairman Sen. Sonny Angara (Screen grab/Senate PRIB) MANILA, Philippines — The chief defender in the Senate of Malacañang’s proposed P4.5-trillion expenditure plan for next year on Sunday agreed that it had too many lump-sum appropriations for infrastructure projects, a budgeting system that the Supreme Court had declared unconstitutional. Sen. Sonny Angara, who will […]

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