FinAccel, a Jakarta-based financial technology company, plans to expand its Kredivo online payment and credit scoring service to most major cities in the country next year to give more Indonesians access to financing, an executive told the Jakarta Globe on Thursday (24/11).
Bhinneka.Com, salah satu e-Commerce terbesar di Indonesia, dan Kredivo berkolaborasi meluncurkan opsi cicilan 3 bulan dan 6 bulan secara otomatis dan digital yang pertama di Indonesia untuk pelanggan Bhinneka.Com
Jungle Ventures leads star list of investors backing FinAccel to create the most convenient payment and financing method for ecommerce buyers in the region.
The company is based in Jakarta, Indonesia, and it essentially acts as a layer between its credit card and lending company partners and consumers buying online. Started last year by Akshay Garg, who founded ad tech firm Komli, ex-McKinsey consultant Umang Rustagi, and Alie Tan, formerly of a number of startups, the company has raised an undisclosed seed round, which TechCrunch understands to be more than $1 million, led by Jungle Ventures to get started.
Launch partner Sepulsa.com explained the service is showing results in decreasing abandoned carts and increasing ticket size.
Hari ini, 1 Juni 2016, startup finansial berbasis teknologi (fintech), FinAccel mengumumkan kalau mereka telah mendapat pendanaan awal (seed) senilai tujuh digit yang dipimpin oleh Jungle Ventures. Pendanaan tersebut juga diikuti oleh GMO Venture Partners, AlphaJWC Ventures, 500 Durians, dan 500 Tuktuks.
A Singaporean startup called FinAccel came up with a two-pronged solution to that problem: It lets you buy things online on credit, so no money is transferred before the product arrives. You can then pay in installments, which helps further alleviate doubt because you don’t have to commit to a large investment at once.