Support GPN and Expand Connectivity, Standard Chartered Joins the PRIMA Network
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Friday, August 10 2018 - 01:00 IWST
Rino Donosepoetro, Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia (Foto Dok Industry.co.id_
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia ("Bank") inaugurated a cooperation agreement with PT Rintis Sejahtera as the manager of the PRIMA Network. Thus, all customers of Standard Chartered Priority Mastercard Debit Card holders, Standard Chartered Bank Mastercard Premium Debit Cards, and Standard Chartered National Payment Gate Debit Cards are connected to all ATM networks and PRIMA Electronic Data Capture (EDC).
Rino Donosepoetro, Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia, said, "In addition to reflecting the Bank's compliance with regulators, this collaboration was agreed to support the National Payment Gate (GPN) program initiated by Bank Indonesia and has been officially implemented since January 2018. also able to expand connectivity for Standard Chartered customers in conducting daily transactions using Standard Chartered Debit Cards both for transactions at ATM machines and transactions at Electronic Data Capture (EDC) terminals bearing the PRIMA and GPN logos. "
Iwan Setiawan, President Director, PT Rintis Sejahtera said, "In order to support the National Payment Gate (GPN) program by BI, we welcome this collaboration which is a pride for the Prima Network as a provider of Domestic ATM / Debit switching services as well as for Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia , to jointly realize domestic transaction services that will provide convenience and comfort for people served by Standard Chartered. In addition, this collaboration was carried out by the PRIMA Network as an effort to support Standard Chartered, which consistently and focused on continuously transforming towards digital and prioritizing consumer experience and satisfaction manifested in its products and services. "
With the joining of Standard Chartered in the PRIMA network, around 31 thousand customers of Standard Chartered Debit Card holders will be able to enjoy the convenience and convenience of ATM transaction access at more than 120,000 ATM PRIMA Networks and access shopping at more than 770,000 EDC machines through the available Domestic PRIMA Debit Network services. throughout Indonesia. Conversely, customers of 78 PRIMA Network Partner Banks will be able to utilize the Standard Chartered ATM network so as to increase the utilization of ATM networks as well as the Standard Chartered Debit network.
"Other added value is also felt by Priority Banking customers, in the form of free transfer fees in the Prima Network because it is included in the domestic transaction network. Increasing efficiency and accessibility is one of our efforts to support the cashless society initiative initiated by the government ", added Rino.