As an effort by Bank Indonesia (BI) to meet the needs of the public in welcoming RaFi, cash of Rp175.26 trillion was provided. The easing of the Pelonggaran Pemberlakuan Pembatasan Kegiatan Masyarakat (PPKM) has led to an increase in community activity during RaFi, and is expected to increase economic activity including payments.

As a form of consistency of the best service in maximizing financial services for banking and fintech customers, PT Jalin Payment Nusantara (Jalin) prepares a 24-hour post during the 2022 Eid homecoming season starting from April 18 to May 7, 2022.

Lasting for 20 days, this 24-hour post is intended to anticipate the surge in financial transaction services during Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr (RaFi) 1443 H. Deputy President Director and Chief Operation Officer (COO) of Jalin, Eddy Sofryano, said that this 24-hour post is a form of anticipating a surge in the use of ATMs, debit machines, digital banking and QRIS due to more than 80 million potential people’s movements of people who will go home for Eid this year.

By carrying out the theme JALIN SEMARAK (SEMAngat Raih Kualitas), Jalin as a Payment System Infrastructure Operator (PIP) also hopes that the momentum between the companies that become members will be able to build synergies in providing excellent service.

“This year we are committed to maintaining operational performance following the agreed Service Level Agreement (SLA), which is supported by a strategy to maintain a minimum threshold procedure. That means that if there is a problem, it will be responded to strictly immediately,” Eddy said. In addition, Jalin also strives to increase alert notifications, as well as maximize the JSEECA (Jalin Site & Endpoint Controller Apps) platform to maintain the performance of managed ATM services managed by Jalin and members in real-time.

Technological developments and operational aspects of the infrastructure implementation system work are getting smarter and more efficient. “This can reduce the level of risk that will arise from managing business processes and the potential for fraud as much as possible,” said Digital Banking Transformation Expert, Indra Utoyo.

“Together with 35 members from the banking and fintech sectors, Jalin is committed to providing meaningful services for the public to face transactions that begin at the time of payment of Holiday Allowance (THR) until the peak of the homecoming and return flow in 2022. This is inseparable from Jalin’s vision itself to become a National Digital Highway to increasingly connect people in financial and non-financial ecosystems,” Eddy concluded.