JAKARTA, September 23, 2019 - A financial technology company focused in payments that has been licensed by Bank Indonesia as the organizer of Payment Gateway, Cashlez, continues to provide innovative products and services to businesses in Indonesia. This time, Cashlez officially launched CashlezOne on September 23, 2019 at the 2019 Indonesia Fintech Summit & Expo, Jakarta. CashlezOne is a combination of free mPOS (mobile Point-of-Sale) feature and payment feature that receives credit / debit card and e-wallet payments in one device produced by SUNMI intended for every business owner in Indonesia, both enterprise and MSME.
Cashlez, which has been operating since 2016, sees the needs of businesses who want to develop their businesses through current technological developments. Cashlez CEO, Teddy Tee said, "CashlezOne is the solution that we provide to business people, with this tool business players can already accept all types of payments, whether credit, debit, e-wallet cards such as LinkAja, OVO, and GoPay, Cashlez Link , billing payment, recurring and installment also exist, besides that we also integrate this tool with free POS. So, one tool is enough to run a business."
Teddy added that the advantages of CashlezOne are being able to receive non-cash payments and cashier applications in CashlezOne without a smartphone and reporting features that can find out transactions in real-time, transaction locations, print receipts or digital receipts via e-mail or SMS.
Based on data from the Ministry of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises (Kemenkop UKM), the total MSMEs in Indonesia reached 59.2 million, but still 3.79 million MSMEs have gone digital. Until 2020, Kemenkop UKM and the Ministry of Communication and Information (Ministry of Communication and Information) are targeting 8 million MSMEs to go digital. Cashlez also continues to support the program by collaborating with several banks and non-banks to create digital MSMEs, switching from receiving cash to non-cash.
"As a startup, we always do trial and error, seeing and adjusting market needs is something we cannot avoid. We have learned that inviting or educating businesses to be able to adopt non-cash payments is not easy, so we have developed CashlezOne. It is hoped that this new product can help more businesses in Indonesia, especially MSMEs, "concluded Steven Samudera, Founder & Chief Commissioner of Cashlez.
At present, Cashlez has helped more than 6,000 merchants spread throughout Indonesia with expansion areas in Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Bali and Medan. Going forward, Cashlez will continue to develop new products and services that can meet the needs of merchants and collaborate with several banks and non-bank partners to create a cashless society in support of the National Non-Cash Movement launched by Bank Indonesia.