Payment of bills, real property taxes, now made easier for Manileños
The City Government of Manila recently sealed an agreement with CIS Bayad Center, Inc. and MultiSys Technologies Corporation to be able to provide utmost convenience to Manileños for payment of their bills, real property tax, business permits, and other government transactions.
In line with Mayor Isko Moreno’s Smart City initiative to automate payments by 2020, this tripartite partnership leverages on the security and reliability of Bayad Center’s bills payment system and Multisys’ robust and innovative platform. The Go! Manila App, to be introduced by The City Government of Manila, shall elevate the level of public service by bringing various bills payment and other local government services closer to every Manila resident.
“Using technology in governance gives ease in doing business, convenience to our constituents, and will limit human discretion and naturally will eradicate corruption”, Mayor Isko Moreno said.
In the pipeline, more products and services will be automated and made available soon such as motorized operator’s permit, civil registry, public market, public hospitals, and disbursement of senior citizen benefits.
MultiSys is a software engineering solution firm that provides a wide range, cost-effective and full-scale service to companies and government entities.
“Through Bayad Center’s brand of service and wide array of services, Manila City residents will soon have the option of paying their business permits, real property tax and of course their monthly bills, in various barangay halls in the City of Manila. This is the end-goal (in payments) for Mayor Isko, Bayad Center, and Multisys. We are proud and honored to support Mayor Isko in this Smart City initiative for our Manileños”, Bayad Center President and CEO, Manuel L. Tuason explains.
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