JOBPAYS presence will provide more facilities to the customers and make the services at the JICT terminal more efficient.
Jakarta, March 13, 2014 – PT.Jakarta International Container Terminal, the largest and most efficient container terminal in Indonesia officially launched a new online integrated payment system JICT Online Billing and Payment System (JOBPAYS)
The launching ceremony of JOBPAYS was held at Hotel Borobudur Jakarta and attended by Albert Pang, President Director of Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT), and Vice Executuve Director of PT Bank Mandiri Indarto Pamoengkas on Thursday 13 March 2014
During his speech, Albert Pang said “JOBPAYS will provide an integrated platform to our customers and allow them to make payments in a more efficient manner. This system will eliminate all manual process, and accelerate the service delivery in the terminal. Additionally JICT customers no longer need to spend their time in the traffic to come to the terminal to make direct payment at JICT billing counter.”
Albert described that as an integrated system, JOBPAYS comprises of several e-payment service such as EDC (Electronic Data Capture), Empty REPO for container repositioning and cargo movement repositioning services. For the initial stage, JICT will cooperate with Bank Mandiri, the largest Bank in Indonesia. As for the next phase, JICT will work closely with other banks in order to have wider customer outreach
The JOBPAYS platform integrates major services s to the Customs, shipping companies and exporters/importers. “The launch of JOBPAYS is an important momentum to show JICT’s commitment and consistency to provide best services to all of the customers. For years, JICT has always been the pioneer of efficiency in providing service for container terminal in Indonesia” he added.
Prior to launching JOBPAYS, JICT has implemented Jakarta Auto Gate System (JAGS) in 2013. This system was able to accelerate the flow of the goods, both in and out from container terminal.. Currently, there are more than 12 thousand units of trucks that use JAGS.
Albert added "This initiative will ensure JICT is ready to compete with existing and future terminals in Tanjung Priok. Over the years JICT has performed as the pioneer in technology to improve efficiency incontainer handling services in Indonesia and we hope to continue improving our services to our customers.