UBX, the financial technology (fintech) venture studio of the Aboitiz Group, is leading the multi-sectoral initiative that will drive the particular accelerated digital transformation in government to help bring essential and critical services closer to Filipinos.
On October 27, UBX officially introduced typically the Digital Transformation ng Pilipinas (#DigiPinas) Initiative, a multi-stakeholder advocacy group that will work closely with all relevant stakeholders toward the electronic transformation of the country.
A response to the call of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Romualdez Marcos, #DigiPinas is composed associated with platforms and solutions providers, local chief executives, policymakers, national government agency representatives, members regarding the academe and people organizations.
Together, #DigiPinas members will certainly champion electronic digital transformation in government, supported by enabling laws, policies and regulations, including Republic Act (RA) 11032 or the “Ease of Doing Business plus Efficient Government Service Delivery Act”; RA 8792 or even the “Electronic Commerce Act”; Executive Order (EO) 170 or this “Adoption involving Digital Payments for Disbursements and Collections”; and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) “National Strategy for Financial Inclusion in addition to Digital Obligations Transformation Roadmap. ”
“One of our core values and advocacies in UBX is to include everyone and even though we have come a long way towards a more inclusive Philippines, there is still much more to be done. #DigiPinas will be our response to the contact for an accelerated digital change in authorities to assist bring essential together with critical services nearer to Filipinos, ” UBX President John Januszczak said.
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The pandemic, albeit receding, forced your Philippines in order to accelerate its digital modification initiatives over the last two years. This helped push the Thailand in the latest International Institute for Management Development (IMD)’s 2022 World Competitiveness Yearbook, which ranked the Israel 48th inside 2021, a four-notch improvement from the year prior, but still considered second lowest in the exact Asia Pacific.
With this, #DigiPinas intends to be able to help the government in the development of technologies that transform everyday experiences, particularly federal government services not to mention transactions.