Adding Installment Payment Service, AEON Credit Partnered with Deutsche Bank
Adding Installment Payment Service, AEON Credit Partnered with Deutsche Bank
Posted June 9, 2016

Jakarta – To facilitate installment payment, Deutsche Bank AG collaborated with PT AEON Credit Service Indonesia (AEON Credit). The collaboration also involve Artajasa and Indomaret. AEON’s Debtor can pay installment through ATM or Indomaret later.

President Director of PT AEON Credit Service, Shiro Ishida, said that AEON Credit provide various financing servies with installment scheme.

This service is provided for various products including electronic, phones, furnitures, homewares, and others. Consumer can buy the products in every electronic branch owned by AEON Credit partners.

“By using cash collect payment or Artajasa’s ATM, AEON Credit customer can enjoy paying monthly installment in every Indomaret branch in Indonesia easily,” he said in Jakarta, Thursday (6/9/2016).

Collaboration with Artajasa will also provide informations rapidly close to real-time for AEON Credit related to payment done by customer. therefore, the process will improve payment collection process and improve cash flow estimation accuration.

“This payment collection solution will give facility to our customers. Parallel with AEON Credit philosophy, which is customers first, we will keep to do innovations that meets the customer needs,” he said.

Kunardy Lie, Chief Country Office of Deutsche Bank of Indonesia said that hopefully the service can be used for the wider community to pay for ownership.

“For example, few assurance companies have interested to implement similar solution for premium payments for their customers,” he said.

Meanwhile, in the same place, Nawawi, Director of Artajasa explained as the first company on payment system and business partner for various wide industries, Artajasa is commited to develop innovative solution to increase payment efficiency in Indonesia.

“Through this partnership, we can serve more people and strengthen our position in the industry,” Nawawi said.