PayPro serves digital payments without a bank account

Tinuku ~ PayPro targets 7 Million active users. launches payment services through a digital application platform to enable people to make daily transactions without a bank account. A startup established in 2016 provides easy transaction services through online applications using only cell phone numbers.

Tinuku PayPro serves digital payments without a bank account

PayPro continues to move the online payment service through the digital application platform to facilitate people to make daily transactions. Paypro allows users to conduct online transactions without the need for a bank account, they just include the phone number, then the system finishes everything.

"PayPro has confirmed as one of the digital transaction service providers," said Heidi Bokau, PayPro's Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), in a statement at the Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI) Building, Jakarta, Wednesday, May 17 2017.

PayPro products have a target for all people who use smartphones. The new startup comes in this year, PayPro is targeting approximately seven million active downloads by the end of 2017.

"Indonesia is actively using smartphone about 300 million people, our new company is targeting seven million active PayPro user downloads, it is still a bit but we will improve in the future," said Bokau.

The company has also partnered with several merchants, such as Indomaret and Alfamart. The application simplifies the shopping transaction process. This application also makes it easy for everyday transportation transactions such as Commuter Line and Grab KRL.

PayPro has also been working with DBS Bank, BPJS health insurance, Jiwasraya insurance, and Tokio Marine. Bokau said that the use of digital applications is very easy. Users only register a mobile phone number without having a bank account.

"Collaborating with Indosat as a strategic sales partner and licensee of electronic money, every PayPro user has the facility to pay for any transaction and is very easy, with just one application from a smartphone," Bokau said.