Fintech startup Xendit launches aid program for Indonesian businesses amid Covid-19 crisis

Xendit's new program aims to help SMEs survive the Covid-19 crisis © Xendit

Xendit is helping more SMEs go online by waiving transaction fees for its digital payments solution for the first month

In response to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Indonesian payments infrastructure startup Xendit has launched “Business for Good,” a program that aims to help 200 SMEs survive the quarantine period and its aftermath. “We understand that businesses might go through a tough time during this outbreak and we wanted to help wherever we can,” Xendit COO Tessa Wijaya tells CompassList in an interview.Xendit supports businesses' financial operations online by providing them a ready infrastructure to process digital payments, marketplaces, payroll and loans, and fraud detection. It utilize AP...
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