MANILA – The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) on Monday said it continues to adopt digitalization and online innovations featuring its seamless internal and external operations.

Postmaster General Norman Fulgencio said the PHLPost has just recently conducted an enterprise resource planning to start over the digitalization of its internal office processes.

The output of the planning includes the relaunching of its website wherein clients can digitally pay their duties and taxes as well as do online purchasing of stamps with PHLPost.

Fulgencio said they have also partnered with the Bureau of Customs (BOC) for the adoption of digital processes during transactions.

“I think iyong sa BOC natin (I think our BOC), it will be implemented by tomorrow ‘no, dahil nakuha na ho namin iyong notarized copy noong ating (because we already got the notarized copy of our) agreement with the Bureau of Customs,” he said in a Laging Handa public briefing.

Fulgencio also said PHLPost will soon launch its first mobile application which features the seamless tracking and tracing of deliveries.

“We’re just waiting for the release of our application in the Play Store. And then while waiting for that, mayroon pa tayong mga idinadagdag na features doon na pakikinabangan ng publiko (we will include additional features that can be beneficial to the public),” he added.

Fulgencio said there is an ongoing innovation to the Post Office’s old system for money transfer and international remittance.

The PHLPost is set to formulate a new postal card with the integration of financial features, he added. (PNA)