Quezon City News
QC gets IDC award for digital innovation
Quezon City Government has been honored with the Special Award for Digital Innovation at the IDC Future Enterprise Awards 2023. This recognition reflects the city's unwavering commitment to leveraging digital technology to transform its administrative processes and enhance public services. At the heart of this acknowledgment is the groundbreaking City Engineering Project Monitoring System (CEPMS), a testament to the city's vision for a digitally empowered future.
Quezon City stands as a pioneering entity, being the sole government agency in the Philippines to receive this prestigious accolade from IDC in 2023. The IDC Future Enterprise Awards represent a celebration of organizations and initiatives that harness the power of digital innovation to drive positive change and progress. This recognition underscores Quezon City's leadership in this realm.
The IDC Future Enterprise Awards also extended their commendations to six other exceptional innovators in the Philippines. These distinguished entities include GCash, recognized as the "Future Enterprise of the Year," SM Development Corporation, acclaimed for its excellence in the "Future of Customer Experience," and Union Bank of the Philippines, celebrated in two categories, "Future of Work" and "Future of Industry Ecosystem." Additionally, Universal Robina Corporation was acknowledged for its contributions to the "Future of Intelligence," while Manish Bhai, the CEO of UNO Digital Bank, was honored as "CEO of the Year." Dr. Jonathan Mondero of Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. received the title of "CIO/CDO of the Year." These exceptional organizations and individuals have demonstrated their commitment to innovation and progress in their respective fields.
The award was received by Atty. Dale Perral, City Engineer of Quezon City, on behalf of Mayor Joy Belmonte during an official ceremony held in Singapore on October 30-31, 2023. This recognition serves as a testament to the dedicated efforts of the Quezon City Government and its innovative approach to managing infrastructure projects and urban development.
The City Engineering Project Monitoring System (CEPMS) is the focal point of this achievement. This centralized platform has been meticulously designed to streamline and expedite the monitoring and implementation of infrastructure projects within the Quezon City Government. Through this innovative system, the city aims to enhance transparency, efficiency, and accountability in project management, ultimately benefiting its residents.
The IDC Future Enterprise Award for Digital Innovation is not only a recognition of past achievements but also a testament to Quezon City's ongoing commitment to harnessing digital technology for the betterment of its citizens. As the city continues to explore and implement innovative solutions, this accolade reaffirms its position as a forward-thinking and digitally empowered local government.
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