Nephila Web Technology Incorporated (Nephila Web) is an IT consultancy firm committed to provide Information and Communications Technology Solutions through the use of Open Source Technology (OST). The company was established on April 2011 by a group of professionals who are advocates of OST. As Open Source systems increasingly gain reputation in the IT industry as a standard of building enterprise infrastructures, more company decision makers realize its importance and are now embracing the technology. Nephila Web continuously conducts research and development to provide our clients the many benefits of OST as it creates cost-effective, interoperable, reliable, secured and stable systems. Today, Nephila Web is making its name in the educational community with its Technology Advancement Program for Schools which includes the development of School Information System & Learning Management System and its series of CHED accredited Trainings on E- Learning.
Nephila Web, on its fifth year, has joined the Moodle Partnership program, Nephila Web being the first Moodle Partner based in the Philippines is excited to explore new opportunities in the market as it officially use the Moodle trademark and promote Moodle services. Since the company was founded in 2011, e-learning has been one of the major product of specialization of Nephila Web, and now on its 5th year in the industry, the company welcomes Moodle as its official partner. This means a lot not only to the company’s business but also a vital contribution to our country, the Philippines which is one of the fastest growing economies in the Asia Pacific region and the world. Nephila Web is looking forward to Moodling with the world!
Why are we named Nephila Web?
Nephila is known as the golden orb-weavers, these are a genus of araneomorph spiders noted for the impressive webs they weave. It gets its name from the golden colour of its silk. It makes the largest and strongest web, that is not often dismantled and can last over several years. With the strength of its web, tribal people in the South Pacific have long used the web silk to make fishing lures, traps and nets. The silk is almost as strong as Kevlar, a synthetic fiber of high tensile used as a reinforcing agent in manufacturing of tires, rubber products and protective gear such as helmets and vests.