THE City Economic Enterprises (CEE) has developed a digital system in managing stalls, including the reminder for those leasing these facilities to pay their rents.
Maximo Macalipes, CEE head, said the electronic stall management system, which was developed with the help of the City Information and Technology Center, makes payment easier by reminding the renters to pay their rents through a system-generated text blast.
“Kaning e-stall management system, system ni namo sa public market para ma-isyuhan na namo sila diretso og order of payment nga naka-link pud diretso sa may atong treasurer’s office,” said Macalipes, pointing out that the system provides the details of the stall leasee as well as rate to be paid and other related specifics.
The system, he added, also provides a link for the order of payment number that will be presented to the City Treasurer’s Office for payment of the lease.
The system unburdens the city government from manually recording payments and makes it easier to generate reports. “Helpful siya kay mahibaw-an namo if nakabayad na atong vendors on time and maka-generate man pud ta og mga report,” Macalipes said, adding that vendors are reminded of their obligations every 20th of the month.
Macalipes said that the e-stall management system is already being used at the Agdao, Toril, and Mintal public markets.
For Calinan they are still updating the profiling of the awardees to ensure that verified information will be encoded into the system. They are also waiting for the final list of awardees from the Bankerohan Public Market.
He said that hopefully, the system will cover all markets soon.
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