Filinvest accelerates investments in digital infrastructure and green technologies, leveraging tech from global partners to digitally transform its business units and the way the group engages with its customers.
Filinvest Land, for instance, has recently been conducting drone-assisted property inspections and site tours via virtual reality engagements, and has further empowered its sales force with digitized property inspection recordings and online inventory management system. Likewise, Filinvest City has deployed an intelligent network of connected devices in Alabang, that includes alternative and sustainable mobility solutions for locators and visitors in its premier satellite city. Meanwhile, FDC’s banking arm, EastWest, launches its all-digital banking platform, Komo.
Early this year, Filinvest established its own digital foundry, f(dev), to facilitate tech-driven business opportunities that capitalize on the group’s infrastructure and capabilities and create digital business models and ecosystems with high-impact benefits for the underserved markets.
On the green-tech side, FDC has also invested in eco-friendly industries, tapping new technologies that are “safe and environmentally sound”. Its 12,000-ton refrigerant district cooling system (DCS) plant that services several Filinvest Land’s buildings was designed with global energy firm, Engie, to reduce emission of greenhouse. Filinvest has also invested in a solar roof panel venture, and has partnered with Hitachi Aqua Tech for its modern desalination, recycling, and waste water treatment.