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JCI Philippines steps up digital efforts with PayMaya

The Manila Times logo The Manila Times 03/10/2021 The Manila Times

In this extraordinary time, 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, members can now experience a safer and more convenient way to transact with the organization.

They can pay 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, with physical cards distributed to members.

"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," JCI Philippines President Jude Acidre said.

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 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.

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