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JCI Philippines members can now pay their fees and other transactions to the organization using any Visa, Mastercard, and JCB credit or debit card as well as other e-wallets, and the PayMaya QR code via PayMaya One.
In this extraordinary time, the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Philippines,Inc.realized how digital payment platforms are critical for the continuity of its operations.
With this, JCI Philippines stepped up its digital transformation efforts with PayMaya's innovative digital payments solutions. From the online collection of fees for conferences to payments for merchandise, JCI Philippines members can now experience a safer and more convenient way to transact with the organization.
JCI Philippines members can pay for their dues and event fees using PayMaya, any Visa, Mastercard, and JCB credit or debit card as well as other e-wallets. The organization is equipped with the PayMaya One terminal for face-to-face transactions; payment links for email, SMS, and messaging apps with the PayMaya Digital Invoice; and soon, PayMaya Checkout for web-based payments.
To further encourage its members to practice safer contactless transactions, the association encourages its over 5,000 active members nationwide to open a PayMaya account. It also aims to distribute PayMaya physical cards to members by the end of September.
JCI Philippines can now receive payments from members via PayMaya's Digital Invoicing solution.
Most JCI Philippines members are business owners, and the association regularly conducts its Subject Matter Expert Townhall, where PayMaya has been a regular resource.
PayMaya officers have been a mainstay, sharing tips, insights, and various solutions that business owners can avail of as they plot out their business' digital transformation during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
JCI Philippines President Jude Acidre said: "Today, equipping our association with the right digital payments platform has never been so critical because we are still facing this pandemic. PayMaya has truly helped JCI Philippines to efficiently collect funds for various projects—ranging from conferences, merchandise sale, and even charitable activities."
"We appreciate PayMaya's efforts to go beyond being a tech enabler. It has been extending support by sharing its expertise to empower our members with the knowledge and tips they need as they equip their businesses with digital payment solutions," he added.
For his part, Mar Lazaro, PayMaya Managing Director and Head of Enterprise Business and Sales, said: "We at PayMaya are pleased to work alongside JCI Philippines in their digital journey. We salute the organization for providing their members with the knowledge of how digital payment platforms like PayMaya can help level up their businesses."
PayMaya has accelerated its efforts to equip merchants, communities, and government agencies with digital payment solutions as more Filipinos prefer cashless and contactless transactions as part of its financial inclusion mission.
PayMaya is the only end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines, with platforms and services that cut across consumers, merchants, communities, and government.
It provides more than 38 million Filipinos with access to financial services through its consumer platforms. Customers can conveniently pay, add money, cash out or remit through its over 300,000 digital touchpoints nationwide. Its Smart Padala by PayMaya network of over 55,000 partner agent touchpoints serves as last-mile digital financial hubs in communities, providing the unbanked and underserved access to digital services. Through its enterprise business, it is the largest digital payments processor for key industries in the country, including "every day" merchants such as the largest retail, food, gas, and eCommerce merchants, as well as government agencies and units.