LBP turns over e-Assessment and e-Cashiering facilities to SC
The Land Bank of the Philippines has formally turned over the e-Assessment and e-Cashiering Systems developed for the Supreme Court (SC) of the Philippines to facilitate the processes of assessing payments by litigants and lawyers when filing legal cases and in monitoring collections and generation of reports.
This will allow the SC to make full use of the systems which were successfully pilot-implemented in Makati and Quezon City courts. LANDBANK president and CEO Gilda E. Pico said the project is in support of the SC's judiciary-wide ICT development framework intended to address court modernization needs.
Through the systems, the tasks of assessors and cashiers from trial courts will be conducted faster and more efficiently. "With the soon-to-be-developed e Payment facility, the efficiency level of all court personnel will further improve," Pico added. The SC is geared towards expanding the system to more of its lower courts and planning to implement it as well in the appellate courts.
Shown during the formal turnover and acceptance of the electronic system facilities are acting chief justice Consuelo Ynares-Santiago (center), LANDBANK President and CEO Gilda E. Pico (third, from right) , and SC Committee on Computerization and Library chairperson justice Adolfo Azcuna (fourth from left). Also shown witnessing the turnover are officials from the SC and LANDBANK.
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