Plug and Play Indonesia’s second batch startups posed together

The Indonesian branch of Silicon Valley accelerator programme Plug and Play today announced the 13 startups that have made it to its second batch.

The startups are:

A platform to help small- and medium-sized business owners build applications by using drag-and-drop features, without the need for a knowledge in coding languages.

Cheers Global Wallets
A platform that enables developers to integrate e-wallet feature on the apps that they build.

Dana Bijak
A micro-lending platform that targets the Indonesian society

Datanest helps companies to process data using machine learning and artificial intelligence as a base for decision-making.

Duit Hape
A mobile-based payments and money transfer system that works across different operations system, telco operator, and bank. Duit Hape enables users to deposit, withdraw, and transfer money, as well as paying installments, social security, and many more.

A could-based restaurant management platform to professionally managed restaurant operations, from supply management, accounting, CRM, and many more.

Gandeng Tangan
A peer-to-peer lending platform that aims to give short-term investment for small- and medium-sized enterprises.

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An app that aggregates and manages garbage collection and recycling.

An online platform for gold investment. It allows users to start investing from 0.001 gram; the platform also enables paying in installment and pawning.

A project management app that specialises in construction project documentation. It aims to help users access documents or designs easily.

Periksa ID
An integrated solution to help healthcare services improve the quality of their services. It enables users to write prescriptions, keep medical records, manage patients’ data, and many more.

A platform to help users find trucks and cargo with the best price.

The startup provides renewable energy system in rural areas in Indonesia. The system enables families to get access to electricity with an affordable pay-per-use payment system.

In addition to a seed funding round, the startups are also set to receive benefits such as workshops; one-on-one mentoring; coworking space in Kuningan, South Jakarta; network to Silicon Valley; and opportunities to work with Plug and Play Indonesia’s corporate partners Astra Internasional, BNI, BTN, and Sinar Mas.

The three-month accelerator programme will peak with a demo day event in April.

Registration for the programme has been opened since October 2017. Plug and Play claimed to have received applications from 300 startups based in Indonesia and other countries, with sectors varying from fintech, IoT, agritech, to entertainment.

Launched in Indonesia in 2016, Plug and Play is the result of a partnership with local investment company Gan Kapital.

Image Credit: Plug and Play Indonesia