Gojek is a leading technology start-up in Indonesia that offers a range of on-demand services, including ride-hailing, food delivery, and payment services. Some other well-known technology start-ups in Indonesia include
- Traveloka: Traveloka is an online travel booking platform that allows users to book flights, hotels, and activities. The company was founded in 2012 in Indonesia and has since expanded to serve customers in several countries in Southeast Asia and beyond. Traveloka has a wide range of products and services, including flight booking, hotel booking, and activities booking, as well as travel insurance and airport transfers. The platform offers a simple and convenient way for users to compare prices and book their travel arrangements, and also provides various payment options, such as credit card, debit card, and bank transfer. Traveloka has partnerships with a number of airlines and hotels and aims to provide its users with the best prices and deals.
- Bukalapak: Bukalapak is an Indonesian e-commerce platform that allows users to buy and sell goods and services online. It was founded in 2010 by Achmad Zaky, Nugroho Herucahyono, and Fajrin Rasyid, and has since become one of the largest and most popular e-commerce platforms in Indonesia. In addition to offering a wide range of products and services, Bukalapak also provides a range of services to support small businesses, including payment processing and delivery logistics. The company has raised significant investment from venture capital firms and has grown rapidly in recent years.
- Tokopedia: variety of products. The platform was founded in 2009 by William Tanuwijaya and Leontinus Alpha Edison and has since become one of the largest e-commerce platforms in Indonesia. In addition to being an online marketplace, Tokopedia also offers a range of services such as payment processing and logistics support to help merchants and buyers transact smoothly. The company has raised over $2 billion in funding from investors such as SoftBank Group and Alibaba Group.
- OVO:OVO is a digital wallet and payment platform developed by Indonesian ride-hailing company Go-Jek. It allows users to pay for goods and services, transfer money, and more through their mobile devices. OVO is available in Indonesia and has a user base of more than 80 million people. It has partnerships with various merchants and service providers, including supermarkets, gas stations, and restaurants, allowing users to pay for products and services using their OVO balance or linked bank account. In addition to its digital wallet and payment services, OVO also offers financial products such as loans and insurance.
- Kredivo: Kredivo is a financial technology company based in Indonesia that offers instant credit to consumers through its digital lending platform. Consumers can use the platform to apply for loans, which are then approved and disbursed almost immediately. Kredivo’s platform uses advanced algorithms and data analytics to assess the creditworthiness of borrowers, allowing it to offer loans to a wider range of consumers than traditional lenders. The company was founded in 2016 and has since become one of the leading fintech companies in Indonesia, with a strong focus on e-commerce and retail.
These are just a few examples of the many technology start-ups that are active in Indonesia. The country’s start-up ecosystem is diverse and dynamic, with many companies focused on a variety of sectors including e-commerce, fintech, and more.