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Microsoft Office 2016 is now available on Apple devices

Apple users can now get the same productivity services and applications Microsoft device owners get with the latest Office 365 made available for installation on OS and iOS gadgets. Power Mac Center, the premier Apple partner in the Philippines, and Microsoft Philippines teamed up to make this happen. 

“Power Mac is truly committed to provide Filipino consumers the complete Apple experience,” Power Mac Center marketing director Joey Alvarez said during the launch. He also acknowledged that they are always looking for ways to support the needs of their loyal patrons, which makes the launch a highly anticipated event among the latter.

Office 365 comes with a group of productivity softwares which is now accessible on multiple devices with a single subscription. Furthermore, Microsoft’s Office 2016 comes with every subscription of Office 365 Personal, Office 365 Home, or Office 365 University. 

Microsoft Philippines director for consumer business division Jerry Bongco

The latest version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, Skype and Outlook provides Mac users the best of both worlds with familiar Office experience paired with Apple’s very own office suite iWork. 

Apart from being synched across multiple devices, Office 365 also provides 1TB OneDrive online storage that can be accessed anytime, anywhere. For constant connection, this latest version allows users to stay connected with 60 minutes of free Skype calls per month to landline and mobile phones in more than 60 countries.

Subscription to Office 365 assures that one’s version of Office is always up to date as users need not worry about upgrading again as Office 365 comes with the latest Office applications, features and services.

Power Mac Center marketing director Joey Alvarez talks about the benefits Apple users will get from Office 365, as brand ambassadors Alex Diaz, Chienna Filomeno and Sophia Andres listen

“This partnership is a key milestone for Microsoft Philippines as we make Office 365 available across all platforms in the mobile-first, cloud-first world. Microsoft’s mission is to empower every individual and organization to achieve more. And we’ve taken this to heart by breaking down ‘competitive barriers’ and partnering with Power Mac Center,” enthused Microsoft Philippines director for consumer business division Jerry Bongco. 

“We want to make Office accessible across all platforms, most especially in a wide range of Apple devices,” he declared.  

Power Mac Center and Microsoft Philippines team up. (2nd from left) Microsoft Philippines’ Jerry Bongco, Microsoft Philippines country managing director Karrie Ilagan, (5th from left) Power Mac Center chief executive officer Lawrence Sison and Power Mac Center’s Joey Alvarez. Joining them at the launch are the brand ambassadors

Present during the launch, together with Alvarez and Bongco, were Power Mac Center chief executive officer Lawrence Sison, Microsoft Philippines country general manager Karrie Ilagan, Microsoft Philippines retail sales and marketing channels lead Richard Javier, and brand ambassadors Alex Diaz, Sophia Andres and Chienna Filomeno. 

Office 365 with Office 2016 is now available at all Power Mac Center branches nationwide. Customers who will purchase any Mac device on cash or installment will get a special offer on the Office 365 Personal. Promo period runs until February 29.

To know more about Office 2016, visit any of Power Mac Center’s 26 branches or call (02) 855-8888 or log on to www.powermaccentercom.

Topics: Microsoft Office 2016 , Apple devices

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