The Emerging Payments Association Asia (EPAA) announces the release of the highly anticipated country report titled "Exploring Payments in Indonesia: An Industry Outlook."
This comprehensive report, based on quantitative and qualitative surveys and interviews with payment leaders and CXOs from leading fintech and financial institutions, provides unique insights into one of the world's most populous nations.
It offers a deeper understanding of the perspectives and insights shaping Indonesia's payments industry, providing valuable insights into the challenges, opportunities, and future directions of this dynamic sector that would benefit any global payments leaders.
Camilla Bullock, CEO of EPAA, said: “EPAA believes that Indonesia is the new Payment Tiger of Southeast Asia. With its dynamic fintech ecosystem, supportive regulatory environment, stable banking and financial foundation, and potential in serving the underbanked, exponential growth is on the horizon.”
The diverse perspectives from representatives of Citi Indonesia, Go-Play, IBM Consulting, FIS, ASTRO, PT Timkado Sejahtera Indonesia, Ayoconnect, DOKU, and Verifone provide readers with a broad insight into trends, emerging payment technologies, the fintech landscape, success strategies, industry outlook, and the government's pivotal role in fostering innovation.
Henky Suryaputra, finance and business planning director at Bank Sahabat Sampoerna said: “We've witnessed and have been a part of the significant developments in Indonesia over the past seven years. The EPAA report arrives at a pivotal moment, guiding new and existing players toward the vast opportunities ahead.”
This report's release underscores EPAA's unwavering commitment to addressing the growing interest within its community regarding payments innovation and expansion in one of the world's fastest-growing economies, Indonesia.
Re-disseminated by The Asian Banker