Grab’s online transport networking company does not want to miss out on the digital payment features in Indonesia. They continue to look for talents that can be trusted to work on, and the choice fell on Ongki Kurniawan, who previously led the business applications of social message Line in Indonesia.

When contacted coil (, Ongki justify himself has left Line Indonesia and now serves as Managing Director of GrabPay Indonesia. He is trusted to focus on developing Grab’s non-cash payments presented in Indonesia since November 2016.

“Yes I went to GrabPay, as of September 18,” Ongki said, in a short message to the coil on Wednesday (6/9).
Taking care of GrabPay is certainly not an easy job for Ongki and Grab, because Go-Pay from Go-Jek, has stolen the start first and streaked. JakPat survey institute data in December 2016 then noted, Go-Pay ranked fourth largest electronic money platform with 27.1 percent market share, and compete with Mandiri e-Money (43.8 percent), BCA Flazz (39.1 percent), and Telkomsel T-Cash (29.1 percent).