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E-learning here to stay

Electronic- or e-retail is the dominant trend in commerce, and a similar transformation is seen in education, with e-learning or remote or distance learning shaping the Philippine education landscape. The disruption caused by the still-ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which leaves parts of the country under lockdown or quarantine or its many variations, is hastening the evolution …

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Harnessing technology for quality education

PLDT and its subsidiary, Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart), have a long-standing commitment to support education in the country. This commitment proves invaluable as the companies’ partner schools continue to struggle with the disruption caused, since over a year ago, by the Covid-19 pandemic. While before the pandemic people were hesitant to adopt new technology, the …

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Despite COVID, Toyota remains committed to education

Education has been a major beneficiary of Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. On July 24, 1990, TMP established the TMP Foundation (TMPF), a nonstock and nonprofit organization to implement its CSR initiatives under four pillars: health care, education, rnvironment and community service. TMP and TMPF strongly support the national government’s policy …

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PayMaya’s fintech innovations boost e-Commerce transactions

More consumers are shopping online, especially for safety and convenience amid the COVID-19 pandemic. For many businesses accelerating their digital transformation to ride this wave, embracing e-commerce is the way forward under the “new normal.” Helping these enterprises transform is PayMaya, the only fintech in the country providing digital payments solutions that can easily integrate …

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UBX Philippines leads Open Finance revolution with i2i

Millions of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in the country, which include sari-sari store owners, carinderia operators and stall owners in public markets rely on small loans to keep their businesses going. These underserved Filipinos need better financial services, such as faster credit access from legitimate and reputable lenders. Open Finance and payments platform …

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E-commerce comes of age amid pandemic

Unknown to many, the Philippines pioneered mobile money, adding it to applications for cellular phones. Angelito Villanueva, chair and founder of FinTech Alliance.ph, executive vice president and chief innovation officer at Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. and chief digital transformation officer for the Yuchengco Group of Companies, said Filipinos were introduced to e-money or e-cash as …

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