Dana Support Government Targets in Developing 2 Million more MSMES in Digital Era

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Indonesia’s Digital Wallet, DANA continues to encourage MSMEs to go digital so that they can survive the pandemic while developing their business. This commitment affirmation is manifested by presenting Food Stall miniservice in the DANA application, which enables people to meet food needs without having to physically mobilize and at affordable prices.

Vincent Iswara, CEO and one of the founders of DANA, said that the presence of the Food Stalls miniservice is DANA’s next step in helping MSMEs.

Previously, DANA had also presented a Warung Data Collection feature, as a form of support for the #BelanjadiWarungTetangga movement which was initiated by the Ministry of Cooperatives and UKM (Kemenkop-UKM).

Food Stalls Miniservice is also a form of further synergy between DANA and PT Bhanda Ghara Reksa (Persero) or BGR Logistics, a State-Owned Enterprise (BUMN) that is building the Food Stalls application, to encourage the acceleration of digitization of traditional stalls and the recovery of MSMEs in Indonesia that are negatively impacted.

DANA is not only a technology company, but also a friend of MSMEs. DANA carries technology that enables synergies with various parties to present inclusive and adaptive initiatives and solutions so that stalls and MSMEs can face various conditions while increasing their capacity and competence. This is also a commitment of DANA in supporting the government’s target for two million MSMEs to be connected to the digital ecosystem by the end of 2020,

said Vincent Iswara.