Company Profile


MSC SITTIPOL CO.,LTD is a company provider to provide Solution on Cloud and Consulting Services. Our employees are trained to develop the most innovative and effective Information Technology for clients from small, medium to large organizations by utilizing the best talents and our partners’ innovative technologies. We are provider of e-Commerce platform for Thai made product under name as JATUJAKMALL.com.

General Information

  • Established: August, 2003
  • Total Staff: 120 persons
  • Registered Capital: 50 Million Baht
  • PADSS Certification: March, 2017
  • CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) Maturity Level 3
  • ISO/IEC 29110
  • Cloud computing is the delivery of Computing as a Service rather than a product, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices as a utility over a network. Clouds can be classified as public, private or hybrid.

    MSC Sittipol is a Dermalog’s distributor in Kingdom of Thailand, and Laos People's Democratic Republic.



    Vision


    To be the market leader in creating and delivering software development for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and a conduit for new technology that helps our clients solve their complex business problems. We produce enterprise software in our innovation studio and through our cloud technology centers in Singapore Thailand and Laos.


    Mission


    The mission is driven by a simple, yet distinctive purpose.


    MSCS Products & Services


    We offer a portfolio of robust cloud-based products that automate and manage IT services across the enterprise. Our products have the advantage of being built on a single cloud platform that consists of one user interface, one code base and one data model, delivering easy, automated upgrades. We Provide an intuitive and approachable user experience, complete with expert services, to accelerate time-to-value with: Incomplete sentance



    MSC Sittipol Corporate Governance and Ethics


    Code of Ethics and Business Conduct Since the Company was established, MSC Sittipol’s business practices have been governed by integrity, honesty, fair dealing and full compliance with all applicable laws. MSC Sittipol employees have upheld and lived this commitment in their everyday responsibilities ever since. This Code of Business Conduct specifies and helps the continued implementation of the Corporate Business Principles by establishing certain nonnegotiable minimum standards of behavior in key areas. The nature of the Code is not meant to cover all possible situations that may occur. It is designed to provide a frame of reference against which to measure any activities.


    Company Vision


    Our vision as the Service Provider and solution consultant, is setting out to reduce costs for the company.


    Principles


    Our Corporate Business Principles are at the heart of our company. We have built our business on the conviction that to have long-term success, we not only have to comply with all applicable legal requirements while ensuring our activities are sustainable, but we must also create value for society.



    Values

    1. Innovate: We create innovation solutions inspired by our customers.

    2. Serve: Our exceptional service is key to our success.

    3. Respect: Our positive relationships are built on mutual respect.

    4. Aspire: We are passionate people fulfilling high aspirations.



    Mission


    The mission is driven by a simple, yet distinctive purpose.


    Build Trust and Credibility


    Our business success in the age of the trust economy, credibility has become everything. That includes personal credibility, the credibility of brand, business, products and services and of everything else which the company do. The trust and confidence we earn from our customers, employees, and stakeholders is as a key success in our business. By our commitments and honesty we finally can reach to gain the trust and credibility.


    Respect for the Individual


    We all deserve to work in an environment where we are treated with dignity and respect. MSC Sittipol is an equal employment/affirmative action employer and is committed to providing a workplace that is free of discrimination of all types from abusive, offensive or harassing behavior. Any employee who feels harassed or discriminated against should report the incident to his or her manager or to human resources.


    Create a Culture of Open and Honest Communication


    At MSC Sittipol everyone should feel comfortable to speak his or her mind, particularly with respect to ethics concerns. Managers have a responsibility to create an open and supportive environment where employees feel comfortable raising such questions. We all benefit tremendously when employees exercise their power to prevent mistakes or wrongdoing by asking the right questions at the right times. MSC Sittipol will investigate all reported instances of questionable or unethical behavior. In every instance where improper behavior is found to have occurred, the company will take appropriate action. We will not tolerate retaliation against employees who raise genuine ethics concerns in good faith.


    Here are some other ways in which conflicts of interest could arise:

    1. Being employed by, or acting as a consultant to, a competitor or potential competitor, supplier or contractor, regardless of the nature of the employment, while you are employed with MSC Sittipol.

    2. Serving as a board member for an outside commercial company or organization.

    3. Owning or having a substantial interest in a competitor, supplier or contractor.

    4. Accepting gifts, discounts, favors or services from a customer/potential customer, competitor or supplier, unless equally available to all MSC Sittipol employees.

    Determining whether a conflict of interest exists is not always easy to do. Employees with a conflict of interest question should seek advice from management. Before engaging in any activity, transaction or relationship that might give rise to a conflict of interest, employees must seek review from their managers or the HR department.


    Gifts, Gratuities and Business Courtesies


    MSC Sittipol is committed to competing solely on a merit of our products and services. We should avoid any actions that create a perception that favorable treatment of outside entities by MSC Sittipol was sought, received or given in exchange for personal business courtesies. Business courtesies include gifts, gratuities, meals, refreshments, entertainment or other benefits from persons or companies with whom MSC Sittipol does or may do business. We will neither give nor accept business courtesies that constitute, or could reasonably be perceived as constituting, unfair business inducements that would violate law, regulation or polices of MSC Sittipol or customers, or would cause embarrassment or reflect negatively on MSC Sittipol’s reputation.



    Accepting Business Courtesies


    Most business courtesies offered to us in the course of our employment are offered because of our positions at MSC Sittipol. We should not feel any entitlement to accept and keep a business courtesy. Although we may not use our position at MSC Sittipol to obtain business courtesies, and we must never ask for them, we may accept unsolicited business courtesies that promote successful working relationships and good will with the firms that MSC Sittipol maintains or may establish a business relationship with. Employees who award contracts or who can influence the allocation of business, who create specifications that result in the placement of business or who participate in negotiation of contracts must be particularly careful to avoid actions that create the appearance of favoritism or that may adversely affect the company’s reputation for impartiality and fair dealing. The prudent course is to refuse a courtesy from a supplier when MSC Sittipol is involved in choosing or reconfirming a supplier or under circumstances that would create an impression that offering courtesies is the way to obtain MSC Sittipol business.



    Here are some other ways in which conflicts of interest could arise:


    1. Being employed by, or acting as a consultant to, a competitor or potential competitor, supplier or contractor, regardless of the nature of the employment, while you are employed with MSC Sittipol.

    2. Serving as a board member for an outside commercial company or organization.

    3. Owning or having a substantial interest in a competitor, supplier or contractor.

    4. Accepting gifts, discounts, favors or services from a customer/potential customer, competitor or supplier, unless equally available to all MSC Sittipol employees.

    Determining whether a conflict of interest exists is not always easy to do. Employees with a conflict of interest question should seek advice from management. Before engaging in any activity, transaction or relationship that might give rise to a conflict of interest, employees must seek review from their managers or the HR department.


    Meals, Refreshments and Entertainment


    We may accept occasional meals, refreshments, entertainment and similar business courtesies that are shared with the person who has offered to pay for the meal or entertainment, provided that:

  • They are not inappropriately lavish or excessive.
  • The courtesies are not frequent and do not reflect a pattern of frequent acceptance of courtesies from the same person or entity.
  • The courtesy does not create the appearance of an attempt to influence business decisions, such as accepting courtesies or entertainment from a supplier whose contract is expiring in the near future.
  • The employee accepting the business courtesy would not feel uncomfortable discussing the courtesy with his or her manager or co-worker or having the courtesies known by the public.

  • Corporate Recordkeeping


    We create, retain and dispose of our company records as part of our normal course of business in compliance with all MSC Sittipol policies and guidelines, as well as all regulatory and legal requirements. All corporate records must be true, accurate and complete, and company data must be promptly and accurately entered in our books in accordance with MSC Sittipol’s and other applicable accounting principles. We must not improperly influence, manipulate or mislead any unauthorized audit, nor interfere with any auditor engaged to perform an internal independent audit of MSC Sittipol books, records, processes or internal controls.



    Performance Measurement


    MSC Sittipol have a policy to setting up and improve the key performance indicators to measure how the organization success, to measure progress in achieving the mission, values and strategic plan. Measurement strategies to assess the employee performances are also essential and needed to established and improved.


    Be Loyal

    Confidential and Proprietary Information

    Integral to MSC Sittipol’s business success is our protection of confidential company information, as well as nonpublic information entrusted to us by employees, customers and other business partners. Confidential and proprietary information includes such things as pricing and financial data, customer names/addresses or nonpublic information about other companies, including current or potential supplier and vendors. We will not disclose confidential and nonpublic information without a valid business purpose and proper authorization.



    Use of Company Resources


    Company resources, including time, material, equipment and information, are provided for company business use. Nonetheless, occasional personal use is permissible as long as it does not affect job performance or cause a disruption to the workplace. Employees and those who represent MSC Sittipol are trusted to behave responsibly and use good judgment to conserve company resources. Managers are responsible for the resources assigned to their departments and are empowered to resolve issues concerning their proper use. Generally, we will not use company equipment such as computers, copiers and fax machines in the conduct of an outside business or in support of any religious, political or other outside daily activity, except for company-requested support to nonprofit organizations. We will not solicit contributions nor distribute non-work related materials during work hours. In order to protect the interests of the MSC Sittipol network and our fellow employees, MSC Sittipol reserves the right to monitor or review all data and information contained on an employee’s company-issued computer or electronic device, the use of the Internet or MSC Sittipol’s intranet. We will not tolerate the use of company resources to create, access, store, print, solicit or send any materials that are harassing, threatening, abusive, sexually explicit or otherwise offensive or inappropriate. Questions about the proper use of company resources should be directed to your manager.



    Performance Measurement


    MSC Sittipol have a policy to setting up and improve the key performance indicators to measure how the organization success, to measure progress in achieving the mission, values and strategic plan. Measurement strategies to assess the employee performances are also essential and needed to established and improved.


    Be Loyal

    Dealing with Government


    The applicable laws for dealing with government employees and officials are more stringent than standards for commercial company employees. Employees must strictly observe the laws, rules, and regulations that govern the acquisition of goods and services by any governmental entity of any country and the performance of government contracts. Activities that may be appropriate when dealing with non-government customers may be improper and even illegal when dealing with government. If employees deal with any governmental entity, employees are responsible for learning and complying with all rules that apply to government contracting and interactions with government officials and employees, including the following requirements:

  • Employees must not attempt to obtain, directly or indirectly, from any source, procurement-sensitive government information that is not publicly available or otherwise authorized for disclosure by the government, confidential internal government information, such as pre-award, source selection information, or any proprietary information of a competitor, including, for example, bid or proposal information, during the course of a procurement or in any other circumstances where there is reason to believe the release of such information is unauthorized.
  • Employees must ensure the submission of accurate invoices to the government and comply with all laws regarding invoicing and payments.


  • Improper Payments


    About the further direction and guidance concerning the Company’s prohibition on improper payments. Employee may not offer, authorize, or make a payment to an official or a related person or to any political party or official or candidate with the intent to improperly influence the business decision of that person or secure any improper advantage for MSC Sittipol. This prohibition applies to payments and offers to make or the authorization of payments that are made either directly by a MSC Sittipol employee or indirectly through an agent, distributor, consultant, partner, representative, or other party.



    Performance Measurement


    MSC Sittipol have a policy to setting up and improve the key performance indicators to measure how the organization success, to measure progress in achieving the mission, values and strategic plan. Measurement strategies to assess the employee performances are also essential and needed to established and improved.


    Compliance with Antitrust Laws


    The antitrust laws are among the most important of all federal and state laws affecting associations such as the Casualty Actuarial Society. The purpose of the antitrust laws is to preserve fair and honest competition. It is the long­standing and undeviating policy of the Casualty Actuarial Society to comply in all respects with the letter and spirit of the antitrust laws. The legality of activities of associations and their members under the antitrust laws is determined according to standards no different from those used to determine the legality of the activities of other persons or firms. Special problems do arise, however, from the basic nature of an association. Many of an association's most fundamental policies and valuable programs directly impinge upon areas of particular antitrust concern. MSC Sittipol prepares compliance training materials and gathers examples of compliance violations to ensure that employees comply with national antitrust laws. Regular compliance training is also conducted. The essential principle which should guide the policies of MSC Sittipol in order to avoid antitrust violations is that no illegal agreements, arrangements, or understandings should be reached or carried out through the Society. Conduct which might even give the appearance of an illegal agreement should also be avoided. Officers, directors, members and staff of the MSC Sittipol should be alert to conduct that might fall into areas of particular antitrust concern. As a general rule, if the exchange of information relates to the future competitive behavior of an individual company or will affect the independent business decisions of an individual company, then it is prohibited by these guidelines. More specific guidelines are as follows:

    1. Information concerning current experience of an individual competitor may, in some circumstances, be viewed as a means of "signaling" future pricing or business decisions. It is, therefore, potentially suspect, and should not be presented or exchanged without an affirmatively stated purpose that is consistent with current industry ¬wide data or experience and with competitive objectives.

    2. Where an interpretation or analysis of information concerning past or current experience or prices is exchanged, the risk that the collective action will be linked to future market conduct is substantially increased. The prediction of a trend and its implications is, as a general rule, a matter for individual and independent decision ¬making.