Easy Payments, McDonald's Launches PaybyQR Service

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Thursday, September 21 2017 - 22:02 IWST

The launching of Cooperation between Dimo Pay Indonesia and McDonald's Indonesia along with Representative from Kartuku
The launching of Cooperation between Dimo Pay Indonesia and McDonald's Indonesia along with Representative from Kartuku

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT. Dimo Pay Indonesia (DIMO) with McDonald's Indonesia launched PaybyQR service as one of the alternative types of payment at McDonald's. Through PaybyQR, DIMO helps make it easy for all McDonald's customers to make mobile payment transactions across McDonald's restaurants spread across Indonesia.

"We are very excited and excited about the start of this partnership. Our collaboration with McDonald's will make it easy for every customer to make non-cash payments at all McDonald's outlets in the country. Simply by scanning QR code in the shopping receipt using e-wallet and mobile banking applications that have been working with us, the payment process is complete, "said Mario Gaw, CEO of DIMO Pay Indonesia.

"As a pioneer in QR Code based payments, we hope to accelerate the growth of non-flexible transactions towards cashless society in Indonesia through one scan away - PaybyQR." According to a Statista survey by March 2017, the value of mobile payment transactions in Indonesia will reach 18.6 million US Dollars by 2017. The value of mobile payment transactions is expected to grow three times larger by 2020.

Meanwhile, Yanti Lawidjaja, Finance and Information Technology Director of McDonald's Indonesia welcomes this partnership as it fits the vision and mission of McDonald's as a fast food restaurant with the best service in the world.

"Customer convenience is one of our key concerns, and providing more diversified payment options is one such effort. We believe that PayDan's innovative technology from DIMO can drive the development of McDonald's operational systems in a more effective and efficient direction by minimizing manual systems, "said Yanti.

Customers have been able to transact with PaybyQR at all McDonald's restaurants across Indonesia using e-wallet and mobile banking that have been working with DIMO such as SIMOBI Bank Sinarmas, PayPro, PayTren, DOKU, UnikQu BNI, T-Money, Uangku and some other applications.

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