Media Release

Voyager technology architect, team triumph at the ADB–AIM Hackathon 2018

(Ffrom left): Deborah Stokes, ADB’s VP for Admin and Corporate Management; Kelly Hattel, ADB Senior Financial Sector Specialist Kelly HattelDiwa del Mundo (Team Lead and Platform Architecture); Marianne del Mundo (Product and Mobile Development); Timyas del Mundo (Business and Financial Analysis); Dan del Mundo (UI and branding); Executive from Wipro (one of the sponsors). 


Believing that having a digital-first ID will bridge the identity gap and narrow the digital divide in the country, a team composed of family members and led by Voyager Innovations Technology Architect Diwa del Mundo developed the “Tatak Digital ID” platform. It is a completely practical, interoperable, secure app with offline capabilities that will complement the recently passed Philippine Identification System Act of 2018 or PhilSys.

Diwa’s team won among the hundreds of teams from around the world under the Digital ID track at the recently held Asian Development Bank-Asian Institute of Management Hackathon 2018.

“The Philippine National ID system is finally coming. It is a great opportunity to develop and implement a digital-first ID solution that solves the identity gap and digital divide challenges in our country,” said del Mundo.

Voyager is the leading digital innovations technology company in the Philippines that creates digital platforms, services, solutions for emerging markets in the areas of financial services, digital payments, and marketing technologies. It focuses on developing inclusive innovations that matter to people, communities, and enterprises, harnessing the power of technology to equalize opportunities for all.