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Find out more about the most relevant payment service providers, payment gateway services and processors in Indonesia here.
• Buka Dompet. Launched in 2010, Bukalapak is one of the biggest C2C marketplaces in Indonesia, which facilitates ~IDR 500 m (USD 41.000) transaction value per day and has over 80.000 sellers. It also offers escrow services.
• Doku is one of the largest Indonesian payment service providers that was founded in 2007. Doku is currently serving up to 800 Indonesian merchants, including several multi-national companies.
• FinPay from Finnet. Its online payment platform was launched in Indonesia in May 2012 by Telkom Indonesia subsidiary PT, Finnet Indonesia. It also offers all-in-one payment services, such as bank transfer, credit card and e-money.
• Inapay. It was launched at the end of 2011, with 30.214 registered members. It is a provider of PT Indonesia Payment Solution. It supports banks like BCA, BNI, Bank BRI, Mandiri and CIMB Niaga.
• iPay88 is a regional payment gateway service provider with headquarters in Malaysia and has presence in Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Singapore.
• iPayMu is an Indonesian payments solution and remittance services provider. iPayMu provides payment solutions to merchants by enabling them to accept a wide variety of payment methods, such as card payments, bank transfer, e-wallet payments, cash-on-delivery and PayPal payments.
• Kartuku is an Indonesian third-party processor and payment service provider founded in 2001, which provides full length payment solutions that have played a premier role in the Indonesian electronic payment framework. Kartuku’s products embed its hardware portfolio and software portfolio. It covers everything, from design, implementation to maintenance of the entire payment systems.
• KasPay. Kaskus is an online community forum. In 2009 Kaskus launched KasPay to let its member sell products by using smartphones. KasPay is a digital wallet. Consumers link the account to their bank account and can top it up via bank transfer.
• MOL Pay is a payment service provider for games, content and services in Asia with head office in Jakarta.
• PrimaVista Solusi is an Indonesian distributor and technology provider of end-to-end payment solutions, such as card reader terminals. Its network and servers, founded in 2002, were acquired by Wirecard AG in 2012.
• Vela Asia is an Indonesian ecommerce provider that was founded in 2012 and has been extending an operational and fulfillment services network through the archipelago.
• Veritrans is a joint venture of Midplaza Holdings, Veritrans Japan and Netprice. Veritrans offers online payment gateways to Indonesian ecommerce market. Payment methods being offered by Veritrans are card payments and online bank transfer via Indonesia’s largest banks. Payment features include 3D Secure, bank installment, point rewards and online banking services by using internet banking.
Read the entire information (including sources) about payment service providers, online payments, payment gateways, processors in Indonesia in the downloadable country report.
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