Anybody can succeed given the right environment. IBM Executive Chairman Ginni Rometty and philanthropist and Black-Eyed Peas founder will.i.am discuss the opportunity of making this digital era into an inclusive one.
The WU branch will adopt a contactless, tellerless, and cashless model for an expedited remittance service. Their goal is to enable an end-to-end solution that allows anyone in the world to send or receive money in any currency in real time.
“Guys legit to, gumawa kami ng food delivery service oha,” the company’s Twitter announcement reads. “Para to sa mga bikers at sa inyo. We will not take any commission in this initiative. Sa kanila lahat to.”
FSHI shares plans to develop a FinTech Hub in the next twelve months which aims to create an integrated financial services space to serve as a one-stop shop where Filipinos can perform financial transactions on-the-go.
This March, the Favor Church community is streaming all five of its scheduled Sunday services live via KUMU. Users can now attend the services online and send virtual gifts which will all go to the church.
“Now, the Philippines is primed to move on to the next level and transition into a world-class digital economy through the Philippine Fintech Festival -- an international gathering of experts and leaders in innovation.”
In the company’s first ever APAC press day, Facebook shared insights on the future of social commerce, why they’re honing in on Asia-Pacific to find their next billion users, and what that means for the small businesses that call their platforms home.
On face value, targeting the poorest as your main market may seem like bad business. But Talino Venture Labs’ new startups prove that there’s profits to be made-- and all while doing society a lot of good.
With IBM’s “smart for good” thrust, the tech giant has developed a three-pronged suite of programs called Good Tech IBM, benefitting not only IBMers and their clients, but—they hope—the world at large.
IBMCloud’s new capabilities make its public cloud the industry’s most secure and open cloud for business, including more sophisticated encryption, bandwidths of up to 80Gbps, and access to the world’s smartest supercomputers.
With roughly 10 years left to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Goals, the country is going to need steady, innovative solutions to help achieve them. Enter the Impact Hackathon -- a Guinness world record attempt at the largest simultaneous hackathon in history.
According to Martha Sazon, Globe at Home’s senior vice president and head of broadband business, 5G promises to uplift Filipino families and businesses by unlocking new opportunities once only available to those from more developed economies.
With the announcement that the Philippines is building a “Crypto Valley of Asia” (CVA) in the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), cryptocurrency once again took the national spotlight as a potential key industry in the country.