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How do you ride on Indonesia’s mobile payments expansion? Gain insights from actual people who drive to meet market requirements at PSRA 2015.
What is Indonesia’s big move in payments and how do you ensure you benefit from major transitions? Find the answers at PSRA 2015.
How do you scale your payments channel and technology? Gain important partners and leadership position at PSRA 2015. Register today!
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Penetrate into Indonesia and its 240 million payments market
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In Indonesia and many parts of emerging Asia, people trust people more than institutions. Your safe, secure and reliably fast technology just gets a foot in the door, but to earn their trust, your payments solutions should be integral to their daily lives.
Attend Payments, Settlements and Remittances Asia 2015 (13-14 August 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia) which brings you partners, techniques and technologies to ensure robust adoption and usage of your payments solutions. Register today!
Success in emerging payments markets depends on your ability to solve life’s daily problems.
The sheer gargantuan size of Indonesia with 240 million people might seem a sufficient business proposition to enter this market.
Despite the challenges from the cap in interest rates, card issuance requirements and authentication and credit limit cap, which affected credit card growth, the country still managed to grow its e-commerce markets.
This was driven to a large degree by positive economic outlook, better regulatory framework and increasing demand for debit and prepaid cards due to rising wealth and urbanisation.
Yet credit transfers and cheques remain to be the most popular channels because past experiences with banks cloud people’s interest in trying again: fees, losing access, accounts being closed due to low balance, perceptions of time wasted in procedures and lines.
Many low-income people don’t think banks are for them. The middle-class and merchants prioritize speed, accuracy and transparency. And value-added applications on smart phones are a hit.
The Payments, Settlements and Remittances Asia 2015(13-14 August 2015, Jakarta) is designed to help you deepen your local and international payments network, market effectively and be relevant to Indonesia’s and emerging Asia’s widely dispersed, yet booming payments market.
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN FROM PAYMENTS, SETTLEMENTS AND REMITTANCES ASIA 2015:
Strategic partnerships that allow you to scale your payments channel or technology
Market trends and growth opportunities in Indonesia’s cards and payments industry
Competitive dynamics and marketing strategies you can use for various card types
Access major banks, including the economic, infrastructural and business drivers to thrive
Key regulations governing Indonesia’s card payments industry
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Gain the full picture of the industry and your clients
One-stop shop connecting Indonesia’s top payments companies, regulators, banks and mobile network operators, NFCs, security and ATM technologies
ACCESS HIGH VALUE MARKET MOVERS AT PAYMENTS, SETTLEMENTS AND REMITTANCES ASIA 2015.
In 2013, Indonesia ranked second in retail growth at 6.5% growth. E-commerce will grow to $5 billion in 2017 on the back of 135 million consumer class. The 4 million babies added to the economy yearly is a plus.