AINO Supports Gerakan Nasional Non Tunai
In order to realizing Less Cash Society (LCS), Bank Indonesia has officially launched Gerakan Nasional Non Tunai (GNNT) in Yogyakarta on Wednesday, August 20th 2014. UGM chosen as the GNNT Pilot Project development in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta (DIY). Representative Office of Bank Indonesia DIY inaugurated GNNT with its partner banks, such as Mandiri, BNI, BRI, and BCA in the presence of the new student of Sekolah Vokasi UGM. Previously, GNNT was launched inaugurated by the Governor of Bank Indonesia, which is symbolized by using electronic money to take TransJakarta from Bank Indonesia stop to ManggaDua stop last August 14th.
AINO supports the implementation of LCS which is now known as Gerakan Nasional Non Tunai (GNNT) by Bank Indonesia. To create LCS, Aino participate by developing a solution that can be used in college ecosystem. LCS integrated solution smart card-based electronic money multi issuer make it easy for academics, company, banking, government, and society that participate in LCS, where all activities are included in the LCS can be implemented, monitored and evaluated. Components that used include hardware devices, software that supports ease of transaction, the settlement process and transactions management services.
UGM Designated as Pilot Project GNNT in DIY
UGM chosen as a pilot project of GNNT in DIY, with a population of 50 thousand students, potential for high transaction because it is surrounded by SMEs and also student card which has been integrated with public transport Transjogja that have supported the college program on the use of non-cash transactions. Dr. Didi Achjari, SE, Akt., M.Com, Vice Rector for Planning, Finance, and Information Systems of UGM grateful to Bank Indonesia reestablish campaign of non-cash programs at UGM. He said that with the use of electronic money everything faster, better in the transaction, reporting, and the effectiveness of the time, in addition government need to increase socialization toset electronic money as daily used, because the barriers of using electronic money is a matter of mindset and culture.
Head of Kantor Perwakilan Bank Indonesia (KPBI) DIY Arief Budi Santoso said that Bank Indonesia is responsible for the development of efficient, fast, and safe transaction. Bank Indonesia hopes the society can replace physical money into electronic money. The advantage of replacing physical money into electronic money is more cost effective printing money, minimize circulation of counterfeit money and damaged money, ease and fasten the transaction, and get closer community access to the banking.
On this occasion, Bank Indonesia also played GNNT Jingle which carry messages that by applying GNNTtransactions will be more quickly and safely, only use our card and phone. Along this GNNT program, AINO will continue to participate as a form of developing Less Cash Society solutions. Further information on ourimplementation plan, lets us know by sending your information request to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Dian / AINO)