Clark Development Corporation (CDC) launched its own revenue share monitoring system for locators inside the Freeport to facilitate ease of doing business.
CDC Officer-in-Charge for Business Development and Business Enhancement Group (BDBEG) Noelle Mina Meneses said with this, locators can access the program from any computer to easily upload their daily sales report instead of filing and submitting hard copies.
“Our objective is for our stakeholders to experience streamlined processes in CDC with less processing time and less cost,” she said.
Meneses added that aside from the new system, CDC through its Information Technology Department (ITD), has also other initiatives related to business process automation which are used in securing sanitary, building, and environmental permits online; as well as the eVISA and RESIDE.
For her part, CDC President and CEO Agnes Devanadera lauded the ITD and BDBEG for embracing digital technology and moving towards the digitalization of the state-owned firm’s services and processes.
“We are celebrating our 30th year and we owe that much to our stakeholders so we hope that we will be able to improve our services as we go on. This is a homegrown technology and I’m really proud of it. This may not be a perfect system yet but this is something that’s good enough to start with,” she said.
Meanwhile, about 108 users from 65 locators and occupants of the Bayanihan Park stalls attended the online orientations on how to use the new system.
Prior to the development of the revenue share monitoring system, ITD has also developed and implemented the use of eBar which a system that allows renewal of permits online.
According to the Fiscal Incentives Review Board, CDC is the first Investment Promotion Agency (IPA) to have a system like eBar. It recommended its use by other IPAs. (CLJD/MJSC-PIA 3)