PVB officials led by Director Percianita Racho (2nd from Right), and SVP Vilma Noche (rightmost) present a symbolic ATM card to Mayor Felipe Remollo (3rd from Right) and Atty. Robert Martinez, Civil Service Commissioner. Under the partnership, PVB will service the payroll requirements of the City Government as well as the automation of its Payroll & HR Services.
DUMAGUETE CITY –Philippine Veterans Bank recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the City Government of Dumaguete in keeping with the Bank’s commitment to help in countryside development. Under the MOA, PVB will provide ATM Payroll services plus added products and services that will automate the City Government’s human resources and payroll operations.
These services include Biometrics System, Daily Time Record System, Human Resources Information System (HRIS), Payroll System, and the VeteranTeller 3-in-1 ATM/ID Card.
All these systems and products synthesize a complete HR and payroll structure for the City Government that automate the employee record-keeping and payroll disbursement process. In addition, the 3-in-1 ATM/ID Card serves as the employee’s company ID, timekeeping card, and ATM card.
The MOA signing ceremony was held at the Dumaguete City Session Hall last Friday, September 30. The City Government was led by Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo along with other local officials including Mr. Ricardo Gonzales Jr., City Administrator; Dr. Dinno Depositario, Assistant Department Head I – HRMO; and Councilor Lilani Ramon, Chairperson of the Committee on Personnel LGU.
On the other hand, representing Veterans Bank in the signing ceremony were Director Percianita Racho; SVP Vilma Noche, Branch Banking Head; E-Channels Officer, Lauro Cruz; and Veterans Bank Dumaguete Branch Head Milanie Ozoa.
Veterans Bank is a private, commercial bank owned by Filipino World War II veterans and their heirs. It has 60 branches nationwide and is an authorized government depository.
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