DBP Data Center, Inc. (DCI) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP),
the country's pre-eminent development bank. Founded in 1982, DCI has its roots as DBP's data center.
For 40 years of committed IT service, it has been operating and maintaining the bank's various
From its humble beginnings as DBP's data center, DCI has become the only Government Owned and Controlled Corporation (GOCC) that provides IT Project Management Services and Consultancy Services, IT Procurement and BAC Services, Maintenance Services, Managed Services, ISSP Formulation and Implementation, Staff Supplementation, and IT Trainings under its Project Management Department.
DCI provides its expertise in Information Technology not only to DBP but to the government and private sectors as well.
Founded in November 1982, DCI was formed to implement the computerization program of DBP. From
its humble beginnings as the Bank's small EDP Department, DCI spun off into a full-scale IT company for more flexibility in terms of operations and manpower outsourcing.
On 40 years of committed IT service, DCI has been operating and maintaining the DBP's various IT systems, gaining experience in IT project management, staff supplementation, IT trainings, ISSP formulation and implementation, IT procurement and BAC services, data center services and web services. Its 100-strong professional staff of project managers, systems analysts, programmers, data communication engineers and LAN/WAN specialists bring together technical expertise on a broad range of operating systems, relational database systems and computer language.
Today, DCI extends its services to the government and the general public by empowering DBP to provide IT-enabled banking products. The company is honored to have taken part in DBP's technology-related milestones.
To be a catalyst of Government automated processes in bringing efficient public services through information technology.
To be a world class Information & Communication Technology partner of the Government by 2030
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