The Information Technology and Advanced Telematic Services Company (Citmatel), from Santiago de Cuba, develops several projects associated with the computerization of society, a line that is consistent with one of the priorities of the country’s leadership in its development strategy until 2030.
Yoendris Garbey, director of the aforementioned group, highlighted to the Cuban News Agency that the creation and assembly of websites for institutions and businesses in the territory, with a current technological design, allows guaranteeing adequate visualization from any device, assures a note published in the Sierra Maestra newspaper.
The specialist specified that all Citma entities in Santiago territory have an Internet presence, while other establishments also requested this service, among them the Hydraulic Projects Company, commented the director of the entity attached to the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment ( citma).
Focused on developing electronic commerce, Citmatel has the Superfácil application for mobile phones and computers, dedicated to the online sale of products belonging to Correos de Cuba, Geominera Oriente and the Information and Technology Management Center of Santiago de Cuba, said Garbey, who He also said that the payment of the services can be made through the Transfermóvil or EnZona applications, with a 10% discount on the cost of purchases made by the client.
He also pointed out that the institution created the software named Rodas System to facilitate the administrative control of businesses, which is already used by the MSMEs Hace and Bandera, dedicated to the production of ice cream and footwear, respectively, and the non-agricultural cooperative La Rueda. .
The software, which is programmed for computers, makes it possible to automate the operation of any business through a database with modules for accounting, inventory, fixed assets and payment of workers, the manager said.
The Citmatel company, declared high-tech in 2021, manages the Cuba portal and the Science Network, extensive information platforms on the Greater Antilles, scientific advances, the environment and innovation.