Govt to launch prototype app for business registration next year
THE government is targetting to launch on February 2019, the prototype app for business registration.
The app will allow new business registrants to apply for business permits using a mobile phone.
- gertips will soon be a reality. A multidisciplinary team composed of private/public sector representatives from DTI, DICT, SEC, QC LGU, and PHILHEALTH, with help from our friends from New Zealand Creative HQ, has just experience into a convenient facility that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
Through the development of this portal, someone interested in putting a new corporation will no longer have to visit and transact with several government agencies separately. It also spares the applicant from having to contend with numerous face to face interactions, as well as queues to obtain a service.
process but transform the way government is doing business by offering a feasible, viable and desirable solution for the customer. The exercise we did this week reen-
process using a whole of govern-
He said the DTI shall turn over the prototypes for the One Central Business Portal, including the framework of the Philippine Business Number (PHBN) and the end to end registration to the Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) for possible integration with other government systems.
of Doing Business law, the DICT shall be primarily responsible in establishing, operating and maintaining a central business portal or other similar techno-