Credibook Receives 21 Billion Rupiah Pre-Series A Funding Led by Wavemaker Partners
Focused on financial solution for MSME, not only micro
Fintech startup CrediBook announced $1.5 million (over 21 billion Rupiah) pre-series A funding led by Wavemaker Partners. Alpha JWC Ventures participated in this round along with Insignia Ventures as an investor in the previous round.
CrediBook's Co-Founder & CEO Gabriel Frans said to DailySocial, fresh funds will be channeled to strengthen the company's new business to provide financial solutions for MSMEs with new features and expanding its presence outside Jabodetabek and Bandung.
"We want to digitize the manual process in MSMEs, for many are still using paper and books, by introducing more robust products and expanding the distribution network of retailers and suppliers," he said, Tuesday (26/1).
These solutions for the MSME segment, he continued, are not just debt managers or invoices automation. They also need solutions such as sales management, therefore, their business activities can be slowly digitized.
Jooalan is one example of MSME solutions that the company released. It has a number of features for MSMEs, such as making it easier for warung merchants to transact at wholesalers without having to queue at the location.
"Credibook wants to be a catalyst, therefore, retailer business activities can be less manual. We also want to support retailers and wholesalers with more features and financial products to support their business activities."
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