E-CommercePress Release

Dragonpay eyes growth by providing businesses with more ways to pay

The country’s digital payment industry remains vibrant with government and private stakeholders focused on accelerating its growth and attaining the goal of becoming a cash-lite society as set by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).

According to its latest data, digital payments account for 30.3% of total retail transactions in 2021 from 20.1% in 2020. BSP’s goal is to convert at least 50% of retail transactions to digital form by the end of 2023, under the BSP Digital Payments Transformation Roadmap.

Dragonpay, one of the pioneers of alternative payments in the Philippines, has been contributing to this goal as it remains a provider of the broadest range of secure payment solutions to businesses of all sizes.

From its humble beginnings 12 years ago, Dragonpay remains bullish on its expansion and taking digital payments to the next level. Despite headwinds brought about by the pandemic, the company’s transaction volume in the past 12 months doubled compared to the same period the year before. By the end of August this year, Dragonpay had processed over 140 million transactions.

Furthermore, its manpower also grew by 200% during the pandemic alone, while its payment channel partners are now more than 50,000 including the country’s major banks with online banking, payment centers, retail establishments, and leading e-wallets. With this, Dragonpay has empowered thousands of customers to avail of goods and services and conveniently pay for them through physical and digital channels – from physical, brick-and-mortar payment counters and ATM’s to mobile wallets and online bank debit. It also has over 3,000 partner merchants from different industries including government, schools, retail, groceries, real estate, gaming, tech, food, insurance and more.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.