In order to enhance synergy and collaboration in the use of digital services, Bank DKI and Petrokimia Gresik developed application for Kopkar Petrokimia Gresik called K3PG Mobile with e-Wallet feature.
" Bank DKI is committed to support non-cash transaction"
Through e-Wallet, K3PG Mobile users can make non-cash transaction through QR JakOne Pay that can be used every day for daily transactions in merchants who have collaborated with Bank DKI through QRIS.
"Bank DKI is committed to support non-cash transaction. By using non-cash transaction method, people can minimize direct contact during transactions thys it can help suppress the spread of COVID-19 transmission," said Herry Djufraini, Corporate Secretary of Bank DKI in a written statement, on Friday (11/27).
According to him, Bank DKI as the partner of Petrokimia Gresik highly welcomes digital services expansion carried out by Petrokimia Gresik through K3PG Mobile service to Petrokimia Gresik employees.
"In the future, we hope positive benefits can be gained through collaboration that has been running since 2012 and it can make use even closer," he mentioned.
Meanwhile, K3PG Head, Rohmad explained, K3PG members can make transaction using K3PG e-Wallet with any merchant in Indonesia that provides QRIS service.
"Transaction is done by scanning QRIS from K3PG Mobile user's smartphone, which called cashless. K3PG Mobile e-Wallet is one of our efforts to prevent COVID-19 spread by implementing non-cash transaction," he stated.
Bank DKI and Petrokimia Gresik will also equip K3PG Mobile with online shopping and online loan features. In the midst of COVID-19 pandemic, people is now realizing that banking transaction using digital wallet gives more convenience and security. Thus Bank DKI also wants to facilitate its customers to do non-cash transactions through JakOne Mobile, especially to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
Bank DKI's JakOne Mobile provides digital banking solution for customers by creating a more personal, mobile, and reliable transaction experience starting from paying bills, online shopping, topping up electronic money, giving alms/donating, and securing emergency funds by opening deposits in #BankingFromHome era.