Saturday, August 8, 2020

Isko Moreno Partners With MultiSys And Bayad Center To Make Manila A Smart City


Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso seals a tripartite agreement with Multisys Technologies Corporation and CIS Bayad Center, Inc. to provide payment automation for the city’s residents.

Part of Domagoso’s ongoing efforts to ease business and government operations in Manila is to expedite transactions through e-payment services. These online portals will offer payment services for the processing of real estate taxes and business permits.

“Technology in governance paves the way for business efficiency, customer convenience and human discretion limitation. This partnership that will implement online payment processing in Manila will not only expedite our operations, but will also help us in preventing and eradicating corruption,” Domagoso said.

The integration of Bayad Center’s bills payment platform to MultiSys’ Smart City and Smart Government platforms will simplify transactions for bills payments and other local government services. Aside from real estate taxes and business permits, this collaboration will also push for the digital processing of motorized operator’s permit, civil registry, public market, public hospitals, and senior citizen benefits.

“MultiSys is committed to advancing the country by contributing technology advancements, expediting processes, centralizing collections and automating the systems of local government units,” MultiSys Chief Operating Officer and Founder David Almirol Jr. said. “We are proud to say that apart from this partnership with Bayad Center, our company will also be developing the Go Manila! App to further help in lifting the heavy burdens of the Manilenos.”

PLDT-backed leading software solutions company MultiSys is the developer of Go Manila! App, a one-stop mobile application to provide more means to ease the lifestyle of every Manila resident.

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