Dealogikal paves way for market reopening thru digital solutions
DEALOGIKAL is spearheading a webinar that aims to spread the adoption of the technology among local tech startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
In collaboration with QBO (kubo) — Department of Trade and Industry accelerator program, Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the American Chamber of Commerce of the Phils. Inc. Visayas chapter, BNI Philippines, Buskowitz Energy and ExploreSCM.com, the company is mounting an event entitled: “Unlock 2022: Post pandemic business solutions.”
As the world continues its battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses have been impacted by the challenges that come with it. The event is designed to educate SMEs in the Philippines towards existing problems of local businesses before and during the pandemic and bridge this gap through introduction of local startup technologies and enable collaboration between businesses and help in facilitating the anticipated market reopening by the fourth quarter this year.
The webinar will highlight challenges during this pandemic, digital transformation playbook and networking in the new normal. A curated list of startups within the QBO incubator will also present the technology they’ve developed for SMEs to connect and establish collaboration.
This list includes Nextpay, a digital banking solution to help micro, small and medium enterprises monitor and manage their funds; Rumarocket, a human resource analytics company with a patent-pending algorithm that can predict if a candidate will perform or will stay longer in your company before they are hired; Dealogikal, an end-to-end digital marketplace for commodities that uses an automated competitive selection to capture the lowest price for any commodity; and other business-to-business startups targeting immediate needs of the local SMEs.
Original article was published on SunStar Cebu