By Charles Dantes
CONVENIENCE and stress-free, that is the name of the game as Nessotech launched its newest innovation in system solutions, Moneygment - a payment solution mobile application providing remittance for government contributions and loans, as well as tax filling and payment.
Handled by a team of experts in IT and financial sectors and by its President and CEO Jessica Palmiano, Nessotech unveiled the recent establishment of Togetech, created to provide customers with mobile applications that will serves customers from all walks of life.
Togetech understands the importance of these government contributions, especially Filipinos working abroad. One of the most common problem for Overseas Filipino Workers is their retirement, after years of service, as they often forget to pay for these contributions causing their benefits to be either delay or missing.
Also, Moneygment will cater the growing number of self-employed individuals, freelancers and homemakers paying for the sake of their “kasambahays” or nannies, micro and small enterprises to make government payments more convenient and easy.
“Moneygment does not only focus on providing convenience for spending but spending on things that will help ‘future-proof’ our customers,” said Palmiano.
“Future-proofing means being responsible citizens through filling and paying taxes, ensuring savings and insurance coverage through utilizing government initiatives provided by SSS, Philhealth, and Pag-ibig,” she added.
Togetech will continuously cooperate with different public institutions to fully develop the app for its payment solution and micro-financing capability.
The Moneygment app is available for download on Android via Play Store and soon on IOS devices. Angelica Villanueva
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