GSIS to open additional kiosks

THE Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) is set to open three more GSIS Wireless Automated Processing System (G-W@PS) kiosks to expand and better serve its local clientele.

Rolando Macasaet, GGIS chairman and OIC president, announced that the three additional G-W@PS kiosks will be located at a shopping mall in the villages of Tetuan, Vitali, and Ayala.

The G-W@PC kiosks in Tetuan will cater to the clientele in the city proper while those in Vitali in the east coast and Ayala in the west coast of this city.

Macasaet said the establishment of the additional three G-W@PC kiosks will expand the service of the agency to its clientele since there will be already a total of six kiosks.

The three existing G-W@PS kiosks are located in the village of Sangali, Integrated Bus Terminal in Divisoria and at City Hall.

Macasaet said the GSIS members and pensioners can apply loan, check their records or even update their accounts as well as activate the UMID compliant eCards through the G-W@PS kiosks.

The G-W@PS Kiosk was developed by the GSIS and made used of a combination of world-class technologies, such as radio frequency identification, biometrics, and virtual private network to come-up with a secure system that can perform processing remotely in paperless manner.

The G-W@PS Kiosk resembles an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) that has a touch screen monitor, but, it is not an ATM since it does not dispense money. (SunStar Philippines)


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