Indonesia is rapidly becoming a favorite for foreign businesses and investors. As such it is no surprise that many international enterprises have flocked to invest in thousands of projects in the country to the tune of US$29.3 billion. Much of this attraction is spearheaded due to the multiple opportunities presented by a growing digitally savvy population.
The fourth most populous country in the world has a diverse demographic of young generation of technophiles who prefer mobile payments and those who prefer traditional means of remittances. While the country has a booming internet economy, digital penetration in the population remains relatively low, presenting a golden opportunity for businesses looking to venture across borders.
To capitalize on this, it is beneficial for businesses to work with one single global player like EMQ, which provides them with end-to-end compliant network infrastructure with strong local footprints across multiple payment options and geographies.
With a Money Transfer Operator License from Bank Indonesia and an extensive last-mile delivery footprint, EMQ can aptly cater to the diverse needs of global businesses, enabling them to seamlessly expand their reach, optimize their payment capabilities and create a differentiated customer experience across Indonesia.