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#2 President Laurel Highway, City of Tanauan, Batangas

College of Business and Accountancy


In Partial fulfilment of the Course Requirements for

Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology

Submitted By:

Precious Faith D. Pureza

Submitted To:

Dr. Merlita M. Durana

May 16, 2019

A.Y. 2018-2019; 2nd Semester

Company Profile
NNIT Philippines builds on a decade of experience and has a reputation for
developing high quality enterprise level software solutions and support as a
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
NNIT Philippines is an integrated part of NNIT's global IT service delivery, including
specializations in the development and maintenance of enterprise and eGovernment
software solutions as well as IT infrastructure operations including network and
server operations for NNIT's customers around the world. The Manila based delivery
center is part of NNIT's 24/7 Global Operations Centre setup and delivers services in
close cooperation with NNIT's other centers in Denmark, China and the Czech

Putting good IT practice into practice

With more than 20 years’ experience, NNIT understands the challenges that life
sciences businesses face. And we have the solutions.
Our technology, information and life sciences experts deliver integrated IT
consultancy services and solutions that increase the capabilities of key areas of the
pharmaceutical value chain, including drug development, regulatory affairs, quality
management and serialization.
Since clients often have to deal with improving performance and containing costs,
our solutions are fine-tuned to optimize business processes, reduce costs and
shorten time to market. We use proven software and technology standards from
Veeva, DELL/EMC, SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, Cisco and HP, which we then tailor to
meet your exact needs.
Whatever the solution, you are guaranteed that it is based on industry best practice,
integrated with your existing IT landscape, and fully compliant with FDA, EMA and
demands from other regulators.

As a distinct entity, NNIT’s history dates back to 1994. But it didn’t start there. As part
of Novo Nordisk, our roots go much further back in time.

April 2019
NNIT acquires Halfmann Goetsch Partner AG.

October 2018
NNIT acquires Valiance Partners.

January 2018
NNIT opens new data center.

May 2017
NNIT acquires SCALES Group A/S.

March 2015
NNIT is listed on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen A/S.

July 2014
NNIT opens a second office in the Czech Republic. This time in Prague.

August 2013
NNIT hires employee no. 500 in China. 30 % of NNIT's employees now work outside

March 2013
NNIT hires employee no. 2000, and launches the annual report that shows that 2012
was another successful year for the company with a turnover of DKK 2,028 million.

February 2012
NNIT opens office in Princeton, USA.

February 2012
NNIT moves to a new Danish headquarters where approximately 1,300 employees
now is based.

December 2011
20 % of NNIT's employees works on sourcing destinations.
February 2011
NNIT opens new data center to support our customers even better.

August 2010
NNIT's China office hires its employee no. 150. 15 % of NNIT's employees now work
outside Denmark.

August 2009
NNIT acquires Corebuilt Technologies - a Philippine based Microsoft development
business with 50 employees. Corebuilt changes its name to NNIT Philippines Inc.
The company is situated in Manila.

March 2008
In 2007, NNIT generates a turnover of DKK 1,165 million, reflecting growth of 15%
and profits of DKK 159 million before tax.

December 2007
NNIT opens office in Aarhus, Denmark.

June 2007
NNIT reaches 1,000 employees.

March 2007
In 2006, NNIT's turnover exceeds DKK 1 billion for the first time. Turnover for the
year rose by 14% to DKK 1,016 million.

January 2007
NNIT's CEO of many years, Torben Skriver Frandsen, retires, handing over the reins
to Per Kogut.

September 2006
NNIT opens office in China to get access to more of the right skills. The office is
situated in Tianjin east of Beijing.

March 2006
NNIT opens office in the Czech Republic in the city of Olomouc.

March 2006
In 2005, NNIT generates a turnover of DKK 890 million, which translates into growth
of 11% and profits of DKK 105 million before tax.
June 2005
By June 2005, NNIT begins to follow Danish Standard’s security standard, DS484.
NNIT is the first Danish IT supplier certified to comply with the requirements of the
Danish public sector. With the DS484 certification, NNIT is automatically certified
according to the international Information Security Management Standard BS7799.

March 2005
In 2004, NNIT has another year with growth in annual turnover. We realize sales of
DKK 801 million, representing 12% growth compared with sales in 2003. In 2004, the
annual net profit was DKK 92 million, which is DKK 17 million above the 2003 net

January 2005
NNIT reaches 800 employees.

June 2004
NNIT is at the top of Danish financial newspaper Børsen’s list of the best-performing
Danish consultancies based on financial reporting data.
NNIT becomes CMMI-certified (Capability Maturity Model® Integration) at level two.
CMMI is the leading international model for evaluating an organization's level of

With this certification, NNIT joins a small, exclusive group of software providers in
Denmark who live up to the highest standards of quality and reliability as a supplier.

January 2004
Novo Nordisk IT changes its name to NNIT. The change recognizes that growth in
the years to come must primarily be achieved via existing and new customers
outside Novo Nordisk.

August 2003
NNIT Academy opens its doors. The aim of its curriculum is to give all Novo Nordisk
IT employees a broad understanding of the complexities inherent to the
pharmaceutical industry today – and an understanding of what it takes to create and
improve Novo Nordisk IT’s success.

May 2003
The Zurich sales office opens, strengthening our ambition to become a leading IT
provider in the European market.
April 2003
Communication agency e|sense is purchased. Now we have even stronger skills in
web communication and branding.

February 2001 – March 2003

Novo Nordisk IT enters into alliances with Microsoft, SAP, Documentum, Oracle,
Siebel and others.

April 2000
Novo Nordisk IT is certified at level two of the People Capability Maturity Model®
(PCMM), as the first European company to achieve this certification. The PCMM
methodology ensures improvements in Novo Nordisk IT’s work processes and

May 1998
Novo Nordisk IT A/S is incorporated as a limited liability company – owned by Novo
Nordisk A/S.

September 1997
Novo Nordisk IT becomes one of the first Danish IT companies to achieve ISO 9001-

June 1994
Novo Nordisk splits out its IT activities into an independent unit and profit center
called Novo Nordisk IT – the current NNIT. This results from the merger of the two IT
departments in Healthcare and Enzyme, and Novo Nordisk Data Service Division,

NNIT has been ISO-certified since 1997. Our quality and security management
system is certified and complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 andISO/IEC
27001:2013. These certifications apply to the areas of consulting, development,
technical management and service for IT systems, and covers our addresses in
Søborg, Denmark and Tianjin, China.

Improved work processes

We certify our employees competences continually to best practices e.g. ITIL (IT
Infrastructure Library) Foundation, Practitioner and Manager certifications and
various development and security certifications. ITIL is a set of best-practice
processes for optimizing operation and support in all aspects of IT service. These
processes are used internally as well as for external operation and support. With
ITIL, we ensure uniform workflows and improved communication – which enables us
to solve our own problems, and those of our customers, even faster.

Mature company

Our focus on workflows ensure effective and efficient, controlled and continually
developing methodologies and services. Together with ISO certifications, this means
we deliver on time, with the expected level of quality and security and within agreed

We want to be the preferred IT transformation partner for international life

sciences companies and for the Danish private and public sector.


As One NNIT,

We make a mark on our customers’ business

We are passionate people developing winning teams with our customers

We achieve competitive business results through quality services



NNIT A/S NNIT (Tianjin) Technology Co, Ltd.

Østmarken 3A 20th floor, Building A, Jin Wan
DK-2860 Søborg Mansion
Tel: +45 7024 4242 Nanjing Road 358
Fax: +45 4437 1001 CN-300100 Tianjin
CVR-nr.: 2109 3106 Tel: +86 (22) 58856666
Denmark Fax: +86 (22) 27 500 121

Hedeager 1, 2. sal 诺和诺德(天津)科技有限公司
DK-8200 Århus
NNIT A/S 300100,天津,中国
Ørstedsvej 3 传真:86 22 27500121
DK-8600 Silkeborg
电话:86 22 58856666
NNIT Switzerland AG
Bändliweg 20
CH-8048 Zurich NNIT Philippines Inc.
Tel: +41 44 405 9090 10/F, 2251 IT Hub
Fax: +41 44 405 9099 2251 Chino Roces Avenue
Makati City 1233
NNIT Germany GmbH Philippines
c/o Regus Tel: +63 2 889 0999
Herriotstraße 1, Fax: +63 2 889 0998
60528 Frankfurt am Main,
Germany NNIT Inc.
Tel: +49 69 66 36 98 73 4 Research Way
Third Floor
NNIT Czech Republic s.r.o Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Explora Jupiter USA
Bucharova 2641/14 2.NP Tel: +1 (609) 945 5650
CZ-158 00 Prague 5 Fax: +1 (609) 945 5651
Tel: +420 277 020 401
Lazecka 568/53A NNIT UK Limited
CZ-77900 Olomouc c/o MoFo Notices Limited
One Ropemaker Street
Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

The Company’s business objectives and core business values: “open and honest,
value adding and conscience driven” are integrated and reflected in NNIT’s
Corporate Responsibility Policy.

NNIT is committed to develop its business based on a combination of running a

profitable company with continued growth, while acting socially responsible.

Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives

In addition to a general approach to proper and diligent business conduct, NNIT
adheres to universal principles such as those defined by the UN Global Compact.
NNIT reports to UN annually through the UN Global Compact Communication on

Boosting interest in technology among kids and students

NNIT’s CSR initiatives are centered around education and growing the interest in IT
and technology among children and young people. As a responsible company, we
recognize the need for additional focus on technology in primary school and beyond
in order to meet the digital future of which we are all part.

NNIT therefore supports initiatives that inspire the young generation to explore the
possibilities of IT and technology and ultimately strengthen the talent pool within IT
and technology – not just for the benefit of NNIT, but for society in general.

Engineer the future

Engineer the future is a technological alliance in Denmark between more than 50
companies, schools, universities and interest groups. The alliance works to bring
Danish engineers, technology and science students and professionals to the highest
level of expertise and to ensure that young people choose technology and natural
sciences as a career path. The methods are among others branding, storytelling and
public relations.

NNIT supports Engineer the future and actively participates in activities organized by
the alliance.
Coding Class
Coding Class is an initiative headed by the Danish IT Association and a number of
leading IT companies in Denmark. The purpose of Coding Class is to expose
children to IT and technology in a fun, yet educational way and thus allow them a
better understanding of the digital world surrounding us.

By placing IT training and education on the political agenda, Coding Class aims to
have IT included as a mandatory subject in early school years.

Corporate Governance Statement

Corporate Governance refers to the way a company is governed as well as the

interaction between a company’s managerial bodies, its shareholders and other
stakeholders. As a Company listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen, NNIT is subject to the
Danish Recommendations on Corporate Governance.

Compliance and reporting

NNIT annually reports on its compliance with the Danish Recommendations on

Corporate Governance.

Today, NNIT adheres to all but the following two recommendations:

1.3.1 the adoption of a takeover manual Given the current ownership structure of
NNIT, under which two shareholders jointly hold a controlling stake in the company,
the Board of Directors has not found it necessary or appropriate to adopt a takeover
response manual with formalized contingency procedures.

3.4.6 establishing a separate nomination committee the task of nomination

committee is handled by the Chairmanship in accordance with the Chairmanship

The basis for the corporate governance structure of NNIT include:

Corporate Governance Documentation

 Articles of Association
 Remuneration Policy
 Rules of Procedure of the Board of Directors as well as the Executive
 Competence Profile of the Board of Directors
 Board Committee charters
 Corporate Social Responsibility Policy
 Diversity Policy for Management Levels
Task Listing
NNIT Philippines, Inc.

10th Floor 2251 IT Hub 2251 Chino Roces Avenue Makati City 1233, Philippines

Finance Department

Week 1
Day 1- Feb 4, 2019 (Monday) Filling and sorting or Medical, and
Transportation 2018
Day 2- Feb 6, 2019 (Wednesday) Continuation of filling and sorting or
Medical, and Transportation 2018
Day 3- Feb 7, 2019 (Thursday) Sorting and labelling of employee
Bank Statements

Week 2
Day 4- Feb 11, 2019 (Monday) Filling and sorting of Fitness, OT
Meal 2018
Day 5- Feb 12, 2019 (Tuesday) Processing Reimbursement
document applications in e-finance

Week 3
Day 6- Feb 18, 2019 (Monday) Continuation of processing
Reimbursements document
applications in e-finance
Labelling employee initials on BDO
credit card
Day 7- Feb 19, 2019 (Tuesday) Filling and sorting of replenishment
Day 8- Feb 20, 2019 (Wednesday) Filling and packing of Medical,
Transportation, Fitness
Reimbursements 2018 in boxes
Day 9- Feb 21, 2019 (Thursday) Continuation of Filling and packing of
Medical, Transportation, Fitness
Reimbursements 2018 in boxes
Week 4
Day 10- Feb 26, 2019 (Tuesday) Filling and sorting of BDO and BPI
Statement of Accounts 2018
Day 11- Feb 27, 2019 (Wednesday) Continuation of filling and labelling of
employee initials in BDO and BPI
Statement of Accounts
Day 12- Feb 28, 2019 (Thursday) Sorting application forms of
replenishments 2018

Week 5
Day 13- March 13, 2019(Wednesday) Filling and sorting Cancelled Checks
Filling and sorting of 2018
Day 14- March 14. 2019 (Thursday) Pulling out HP vouchers from
Filling back One source checks
Filling and sorting of
Acknowledgement Receipts for OJT
Allowance, Cash Advance, PCF, and

Week 6
Day 15- March 18, 2019 (Monday) Processing BDO Credit Card
Statement Files Replenishments
2018 in e-finance
Day 16- March 19, 2019 (Tuesday) Filling and sorting of Fitness
February 2019 Reimbursements
Filling and sorting of March 2019
Day 17- March 20, 2019 (Wednesday) Filling and sorting of Invoice,
2307,and Receipts 2017 and 2018
Filling and sorting of Other
Reimbursements March 2019
Day 18- March 21, 2019 (Thursday) Processing BDO Credit Card
Statement Files Replenishments
2019 in e-finance
Printing and filling of Replenishments
2018 (Credit card)
Week 7
Day 19- March 25, 2019 (Monday) Continuing printing and filling
replenishments 2018 (credit card)
Referencing and footing financial
statements 2018
Day 20- March 26, 2019 (Tuesday) Continue referencing and footing
financial statements and notes 2018
Continue filling replenishments 2018
(credit card)
Day 21- March 27, 2019 (Wednesday) Continue referencing and footing
financial statements and notes to
financial statements 2018

Week 8
Day 22- April 1, 2019 (Monday) Filling and sorting Communication
reimbursements March 2019 and
2018 files
Day 23- April 2, 2019 (Tuesday) Duplicating copies of Sales quotation
and Purchase Vouchers
Pulling out Checks from storage
Day 24- April 3, 2019 (Wednesday) Filling and sorting of OT Meal
Reimbursement March 2019 and
Day 25- April 4, 2019 (Thursday) Filling and sorting of
Payment vouchers

Week 9
Day 26- April 8, 2019 (Monday) Filling and Sorting of February
Communications receipts and
Transportations Receipts 2019
Day 28- April 10, 2019 (Wednesday) Commenting and filling of fitness
reimbursements April 2019
Commenting and filling of
communications reimbursements april
Day 29- April 11, 2019 (Thursday) Continuation of commenting and
filling of Communications
reimbursements April 2019
Week 10
Day 30- April 15, 2019 (Monday) Continuation of Filling
Communications Reimbursements
April 2019
Commenting and Filling
Transportation Reimbursements April
Day 31- April 16. 2019 (Tuesday) Printing and Processing of January-
March Replenishments 2018

Week 11
Day 32- Aprill 22, 2019 (Monday) Printing and Processing of March-
June Replenishments 2018

Week 12
Day 34- April 29, 2019 (Monday) Calling suppliers for updates
Filling and sorting Replenishments
Day 35- April 30, 2019 (Tuesday) Filling and sorting of files in storage
Checking and noting on June 2019
Medical reimbursements
Day 36- May 1, 2019 (Wednesday) Continuation of checking and noting
of June 2019 Medical
Day 37- May 2, 2019 (Thursday) Filling and sorting of BDO Corporate
Credit card Replenishments January-
March 2019

Prepared by:

Signature over Printed name of the

Noted by:

Signature over Printed name of the
Immediate Supervisor

assessment about

OJT Experience
OJT for me was a great experience that I would never forget because it serves
as my first step towards the real world as they all say. I was so glad and excited
when I first found out that on the job training is part of our curriculum. It is kind of like
our training ground about the work and our future career.

In almost 3 months of being an intern at NNIT Philippines Inc, I have gained

lots of knowledge and advices from our superiors. Firstly, I have learned to be keen
and adapt to the new environment by being cautious and observant of how the way
things work in the place and by understanding the company’s culture. At first, I made
a few mistakes, like for example, calling our superiors “Ma’am” because I did not
know that they did not practice such and they all just call each other by their first
names regardless of their position. It was awkward for me to call someone I know
that holds a high position, by their first name because I felt like I was being not
respectful but after a few days I tried to blend in and got used to calling everyone in
their first names.

Secondly, I have learned to listen and communicate with the people around
me. I have realized that listening to instruction is important especially when you’re
dealing with important files that is really needed by the company. Also, I have learned
to be able to approach people and communicate with them. At first, I was nervous
around people and communicating verbally was really my waterloo. I was really
having a hard time asking people for help and approaching them, so I was happy
when I felt that sense of achievement inside me because I started to be a little
confident about myself whenever I talk to people. It was a great accomplishment for

The third thing I have learned is the importance of time management.

Although the company uses flex time, I have learned that it is still important to
manage your time wisely especially when there are deadlines coming, it would not
hurt to sacrifice a bit of time on lunch break and render more than 8 hours in the
company whenever the team is chasing the deadline. I have also learned the
importance of knowing and choosing our priorities not only in work but in everything
that we do in our day to day life.
The fourth thing that I have learned is the importance of workplace attitude.
Our finance manager always gives us advice about attitude in the workplace and how
it can affect everyone around you. I always remember her saying that we must love
our job and if we don’t love our job, find a reason why you even applied for it in the
first place and make that your motivation to be able so that you may establish your
goal for yourself and everyone around you. Because if we don’t love our job or that
we are not sincere about our work, it would be reflected in our outputs and it’s not
just your reputation as an employee your bringing down but also, your team will be
affected by the way you work which means you are also bringing the team down as
well. I have totally agreed with her and saw the effects of having a not so good
attitude in the workplace and it was not good at all. I think that it is best that we
should really be able to identify what kind of job we would not grow tired of loving to
be able to bring out the best in us. Attitude is more important than skills and
knowledge because skills and knowledge could be learned and achieved by practice,
but attitude depends upon the person whether he/she will be sincere in his/her work.

Lastly, I have learned that not everything revolves around work all the time.
It is important to take a rest, relax and have fun sometimes. It was fun being an intern
at NNIT because I felt like I experience the right amount or workloads and the right
amount of fun all together. I always love being able to sit in the same table with the
Finance Team sharing food and stories that are not work related is the best bond we
had for me. I felt so honoured to be part of NNIT Philippines Inc, temporarily because
I had fun and enjoyed working and learning at the same time. I am also thankful to
my superiors in the Finance Team because they welcomed me with warm smiles and
took great care of me while I was with them. I would never forget my OJT experience
and NNIT Philippines Inc. It’s absolutely one of the best things I had experience in
my college life.
NNIT Philippines, Inc. 10th Floor 2251 IT Hub 2251 Chino Roces Avenue
Makati City 1233, Philippines tel:+63 2 889 0999 fax:+63 2 889 0998


NAME: Precious Faith Pureza
OJT Initials: PRFP
Date Time In Time Out rendered
4-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
6-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
7-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:30 PM 8:30
11-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
12-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
18-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
19-Feb-19 9:00 AM 7:00 PM 9:00
20-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
21-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
26-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
27-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:30 PM 8:30
28-Feb-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
13-Mar-19 9:00 AM 7:00 PM 9:00
14-Mar-19 9:00 AM 8:00 PM 10:00
18-Mar-19 9:00 AM 6:17 PM 8:15
19-Mar-19 10:00 AM 7:30 PM 8:30
20-Mar-19 9:30 AM 6:30 PM 8:00
21-Mar-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
25-Mar-19 9:00 AM 9:00 PM 11:00
26-Mar-19 11:00 AM 8:30 PM 8:30
27-Mar-19 9:00 AM 1:30 PM 3:30
1-Apr-19 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 8:00
2-Apr-19 9:00 AM 6:45 PM 8:45
3-Apr-19 9:00 AM 7:30 PM 9:30
4-Apr-19 9:00 AM 8:00 PM 10:00
8-Apr-19 9:00 AM 7:00 PM 9:00
10-Apr-19 9:00 AM 9:00 PM 11:00
11-Apr-19 9:00 AM 9:00 PM 11:00
15-Apr-19 9:00 AM 7:00 PM 9:00
16-Apr-19 9:00 AM 7:00 PM 9:00
22-Apr-19 9:30 AM 7:30 PM 9:00
29-Apr-19 10:30 AM 7:00 PM 7:30
30-Apr-19 9:00 AM 9:00 PM 11:00
1-May-19 9:00 AM 5:00 PM 7:00
2-May-19 9:30 AM 7:30 PM 9:00
TOTAL 301. 5