In February 2019, BRI and BRI Agro in partnership with PrivyID released a mobile app dubbed Pinang (Pinjam Tenang) which uses PrivyID’s digital signature technology to onboard customers and distribute microloans more efficiently.
Kompas Gramedia is built on a mission to become the largest, most integrated, and widely distributed company in Southeast Asia through knowledge-based businesses. As a corporation, Kompas Gramedia envisions a business that will contribute towards the development of an educated, enlightened, and prosperous society to this day.
Bank Mandiri aims to deliver a simple, fast, and secure digital banking solution into their customers' lives. A digital solution that is both regulatory-compliant and able to improve customers’ experience is required to achieve this mission.
Given how adjustable and nimble learning institutions have to be, it is vital that they have a good administrative structure to ensure everything runs smoothly. However, the amount of time that academic staffs spent in doing paperwork could cause them to lose their focus in providing a high-quality education for the students.With these factors in mind, it is timely for higher education institutions to start transforming their operations into a system that would enable them to improve their efficiency and help them provide high-quality education for their students.
Amartha aims to close the gap between the banked and unbanked population of Indonesia using technology. With their digital crowdfunding platform, Amartha enables people with financial resources to directly fund microentrepreneurs in remote areas in scaling up their businesses.
Apart from being the largest bank in Indonesia, Bank Mandiri is also one of the largest micro business fund distributors in Indonesia. With YoY growth rate that is recorded at as high as 24.5%, Bank Mandiri has channeled loans totaling hundreds of billions of Rupiah to more than 1.5 million micro entrepreneurs in Indonesia, including those who run their businesses online in e-commerce. The challenge faced by Bank Mandiri is that micro entrepreneurs in Indonesia spread across various regions, not just in big cities.