To fulfill this demand, AllCard has launched ARIS – a platform created for cities and municipalities to manage their own resident communities. It allows them to understand the profile of their residents, and eventually be able to communicate and engage with them. The solution has minimal components and is easy to set up, covering the basic functions of a resident identification solution such as data capture and ID card printing integration.
AllCard has partnered with Germany-based Cybernetyx to bring its new e-learning solution—Kneura—to the Philippines. As opposed to other learning management systems focused solely on remote learning, Cybernetyx promotes blended learning–the ability to equip physical classrooms with smart technology to integrate them with a school’s e-learning infrastructure, for when students eventually go back to school. Using Cybernetyx’s smart devices, every TV or monitor can be converted into a touch screen, integrated with its Kneura virtual classroom platform.
Pancake House—a member of Max’s Group—has chosen to partner with AllCard for its new Rewards Card.
AllCard moves its Manila headquarters from One San Miguel Avenue in Ortigas Center to its own location—ACC Corporate Center. This is located at #45 7th Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City.