In a recent issue of Lianhe Zaobao, CEO of Janio, Jun Kai, shared his views on facilitating Cash-on-Delivery (COD) transactions for e-commerce businesses. As COD is a popular payment method in Asia, providing this payment mode allows businesses to attract more customers.
COO of Janio, Ali, echoes the same sentiment, and is aiming to build and extend the companies networks in areas outside the major cities in Indonesia.
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