THE Land Transportation Office (LTO) reported that over one million registrants logged into its new online portal Land Transportation Management System (LTMS).
LTO Assistant Secretary Edgar C. Galvante recognized Laguna resident Samantha Marie Lagrada as the one millionth client of the LTMS that leading German technology provider Dermalog built for the government agency.
As representative of Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade, Asec. Galvante said the LTO was on track in providing on line services to drivers’ license and vehicle registration clients.
Galvante said the LTMS is a cornerstone of the LTO’s five-year IT modernization program to make the agency more efficient and give its clients all the convenience of on-line service.
“As part of the LTO’s digital transformation, the LTMS portal gives on-line service 24/7, allows transactions anytime and anywhere, is customer-centered, seamless with virtually no human intervention allowed, and paperless. It is a powerful tool for our clients to use as they need it and wherever it is convenient,” said Galvante.
Galvante cited the positive experience of LTMS’s one millionth portal registrant Lagrada, a young mechatronics engineering graduate now working in the technical services sector. She applied for a non-professional driver’s license, and as luck would have it, became the one millionth registrant on the LTMS portal.