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Digital tools allow SMEs to evolve

  • Dzulfiqar Fathur Rahman

    Jakarta

Jakarta   /   Fri, July 10 2020   /  01:00 am
(Clockwise, from upper left) The Jakarta Post journalist Vela Andapita, Kopi Kenangan senior vice president and head of founder's office Rahmat Budiardjo, TMP Accounting managing director Adhitya Satriadi, The Jakarta Post deputy editor in chief Taufiqurrahman, Gojek head of merchant platform business Novi Tandjung, Cotton Ink founder and marketing director Ria Sarwono and The Jakarta Post journalist Apriza Pinandita pose during the Post's webinar Jakpost Up Close, (JP/est)

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) stand to benefit from digital tools to manage their finances and operations, as well as making strategic business decisions as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates the use of technology, experts have said.   TMP Accounting managing director Adhitya Satriadi said on Thursday that there were plenty of digital tools in the market to help SMEs optimize their businesses.   “There are several tools that can make your life easier in order to better manage your finances,” Adhitya said in a Jakpost Up Close webinar titled “Digitizing SMEs, managing finances to weather crisis”. MokaPos, Xero, Google Drive, OnlinePajak, Gadjian and Syft Analytics were among the digital tools he mentioned.   Adhitya said the pandemic was giving SMEs the opportunity to digitize and better manage their finances throughout the pan...