CrediBook Launches CrediMart and CrediStore, Targeting Warung Operational Digitization Solution
CrediBook users are retailers and wholesalers. They're from the home business category, shops and services, and agents
The digital bookkeeping application for warung CrediBook launched two new products, CrediMart and CrediStore, to help accelerate the digitization of wholesale stall operations amidst the pandemic situation. Both of these products can be used by all CrediBook users across second and third tier cities.
CrediBook's Co-Founder and CEO, Gabriel Frans said, CrediMart was developed to remove obstacles in the procurement process of merchandise stocks among SMEs. In addition to the financial record issues, MSMEs such as shops and stalls have faced obstacles in procuring merchandise stocks, from the long distance to wholesale centers, the hassle of carrying groceries, and the must-cash payment method.
“As a result, shops or stalls have fairly incomplete stock of merchandise. It has the potential to reduce their sales, therefore, we present CrediMart, an online wholesale store for MSMEs can shop for stock items without having to leave the place," Gabriel said in an official statement.
CrediMart is accessible online via its website and orders will be delivered to the customer's location 1x24 hours after the order is placed. In running CrediMart operations, the company plays a role in collaborating with conventional wholesale stores to enter as merchants. Currently, CrediMart is available in Greater Jakarta, West Java, and Central Java, focusing on second- and third-tier cities.
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