The program will also equip merchants to accept mobile cashless transactions through PayMaya QR, which provides their customers a seamless payment experience via QR (quick response) code technology while at the same time eases the burden on cashiers and front-counter agents.
“The enablement program covers much of what business owners need to ready themselves in expanding their operations and putting up a presence in the online market space as we’ve all seen how e-commerce has become the new frontier aming Filipino consumers,” said Go Negosyo Founder, Joey Concepcion.
“We not only empower business owners by enabling them with latest available technology solutions to quickly establish their global presence online. We also help them optimize their business potential and enhance their market competitiveness through selling and fulfilling transactions using these readily deployable innovative platforms”, said PLDT & SMART Chief Revenue Officer and ePLDT President & CEO, Eric Alberto.
“Through this program, MSMEs across the country can acquire new skills and capabilities that will enable them become successful players in the fast-emerging digital economy,” said Orlando B. Vea, President and CEO of Voyager and PayMaya Philippines.
In line with this, Voyager launched its “DigiHub” initiative last December under its Voyager DX program which aims to establish a center of excellence facility for digital platforms that entrepreneurs and MSMEs can utilize to help start of grow their businesses.
PLDT and Go Negosyo have been longstanding partners in promoting the development of MSMEs. Both have collaborated extensively to provide the necessary services and facilities and training to boost economic activity of local communities and regional hubs.
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