MSM Technologies Corporation recently forged an agreement with leading digital products provider Leisue Inc., which aims to boost its Smart City project for the digital transformation of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and local government units (LGUs) in the Philippines.
Under the partnership, Leisue will provide specialized hardware and digital products while MultiSys will develop and customize use-case applications and systems. These solutions will be designed for local businesses and organizations, such as automotive, transportation, retail, hospitality, and local community groups, that will include the installation of Leisue’s Smart Queueing Management System, ticketing management system, security devices, IoT devices, and mobile point-of-sale (POS) systems.
“We are optimistic that this partnership will meet the growing demand of industries such as telecommunication, transportation, food and beverage, service and utility, education, and government agencies, for a state-of-the-art digitalization of their operations. Leisue shall use its expertise in producing specialized hardware and digital products using advanced technologies, while MultiSys will provide powerful customized software solutions that will run through these hardware and digital platforms to come up with holistic, true solutions that local businesses and organizations can adopt for faster and more efficient delivery of services,” Leisue COO Charles Rapisura said.
The Smart City project is a flagship program of MultiSys launched in 2019 to further ease LGU transactions through the creation of applications, installation of cashless payment kiosk machines and mobile POS in various government offices and local communities.
“Our partnership with Leisue has affirmed our commitment to deliver innovative solutions that will not only empower emerging entrepreneurs by upgrading their operations, but also help spur economic growth in the regions. MultiSys is also working with several companies and LGUs for the implementation of our Smart City project in various parts of the country,” MultiSys founder and CEO David Almirol Jr. shared.