Partnerships / Acquisitions

ACI Worldwide Underpins Indopay Expansion

Indonesian Ecommerce Gets A Boost

It's tough enough to tread water in the modern eCommerce world when brands are going it alone, but if the question is expanding across borders, that's another matter entirely. At the very least, that's the philosophy Indopay has adopted with its new partnership with ACI Worldwide.

Indopay, a subsidiary of Indonesia's PT Abhimata Persada, announced the deal with ACI Worldwide on Wednesday (June 15), and representatives from both companies will be on hand in Jakarta on June 17 for the eCommerce Disruption Opportunity executive conference. Darwin Sariaatmadja, CEO of Indopay, is sure to be in attendance, though he was eager to share his thoughts on where the support from ACI could take Indopay in the future.

“ACI and Abhimata Persada have been working together for many years to provide electronic payments and fraud prevention solutions to banks and merchants across Indonesia. Now, through this exciting collaboration between Indopay and ACI, we will be delivering world-class eCommerce payment processing to merchants in Indonesia that are looking to take advantage of the exploding demand for online and mobile shopping services,” Sariaatmadja said. “Flexible payment alternatives are proven to convert online shoppers into customers, and ACI’s UP eCommerce solutions make that not only possible but also simple and secure for merchants and PSPs, like Indopay.”

Leslie Choo, general manager of ASEAN and North Asia at ACI Worldwide, acknowledged that, while streamlining payments paths may seem like "a daunting task," its UP eCommerce Payments suite "makes eCommerce simple, global and secure."



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