Sabtu, 17 Oktober 2015

PASHA itu PASARINDO HUMAN ASSISTANT ..


Dalam perjalanan bisnis kami, kami menemukan beberapa hal yang membuat orang atau perusahaan kerumitan untuk mempromosikan produk dan jasa mereka melalui dunia Internet, salah satunya adalah KEENGGANAN (kalau tidak mau dibilang KEMALASAN) orang untuk menggunakan tools yang ada.
Yang menarik, sebenarnya selama ini tools atau cara untuk memasang produk dan jasa mereka, selalu mereka pegang dan bawa kemana-mana selama ini, yaitu smartphone mereka. 
Hampir sekarang semua orang menggunakan smartphone, terutama juga untuk mengakses informasi dan berkomunikasi. Minimal sekarang semua orang menggunakannya untuk chatting, mulai dari BBM, hingga WA dan sosial media lainnya. Jadi itulah yang mendasari kami memikirkan solusi dan cara agar orang atau perusahaan dapat mempromosikan dengan mudah. 
Kami menemukan istilah PASHA, alias Pasarindo Human Assistant, yaitu orang, tim kami , yang secara khusus membantu banyak perusahaan dan orang untuk mempublikasikan produk dan jasanya di media iklan kami, yaitu PASARINDO.COM.
Dengan PASHA, orang tidak perlu kuatir, banyak jalur kami sediakan agar tim kami bisa membantu :
1. Mengakses melalui website, mengetik deskripsi iklan, memposting gambar.
2. Melalui Facebook groups. Khususnya untuk para penjual yang biasa menjual via Facebook. Via : https://www.facebook.com/groups/pasarindocom
3. Melalui BBM, WA dan bahkan SMS. Dengan mengakses dan mengirimkan via no 0812-8228-8800
4. Via Email ke pasha@pasarindo.com
5. Via Line ke pasha_pasarindo
6. Via Twitter ke @pasha_pasarindo
Wow, begitu banyak channel yang kami sediakan , agar memudahkan orang mengirimkan iklannya.
Berapa lama iklan ditampilkan ? Iklan akan ditayangkan selama 30 hari, setelah itu iklan akan menjadi tidak aktif namun tidak dihapus. Jika kita sudah menjadi anggota, maka cukup masuk ke akun untuk mengaktifkannya kembali.
Mudah bukan ?! Itu gunanya PASHA ada untuk kita semua.

Rabu, 14 Oktober 2015

Jualan pakai PASARINDO, gampang sekali...

Kata siapa berjualan susah ?
modalnya hanya HANDPHONE / SMARTPHONE saja

Ini contohnya,
Mau jualan speaker, barangnya sudah lama tidak terpakai, mau barang baru juga boleh, sekarang tinggal siapkan FOTO nya.

Usahakan foto bagus, latar belakang PUTIH lebih menarik, berikan PENCAHAYAAN cukup.


Cari gambar terbaik mu


Kemudian buka website www.pasarindo.com.
Website ini menyediakan PASHA (Pasarindo Human Assistant), dia yang akan melakukan posting ke website, kita hanya tinggal mengetikkan di bagian :

1. Ketik deskripsi, barang baru, bekas, dll, serta harga.




2. Masukkan foto yang tadi kita photo di Tambahkan foto. Bisa sampai 4 foto.


3. Kemudian gerakkan gambar icon untuk memasang iklan.


4. Tunggu sebentar..


5. Nah, sudah, tinggal menunggu kerja PASHA untuk mempostingkan iklan kita.


SIMPLE KHAN !!
Silahkan mencoba..


Minggu, 11 Oktober 2015

Transformasi Digital bagi UKM bisa meningkatkan pertumbuhan ekonomi Indonesia 2%.


Jakarta, 20 August 2015 - A new report by Deloitte Access Economics commissioned by Google, reveals that boosting digital engagement among Indonesia’s small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) could increase the country’s annual economic growth by 2%.
Such a jump would have Indonesia on track to becoming a middle-income country by 2025.
The SMEs Powering Indonesia’s success: The Connected Archipelago’s Growth Engine report, was launched by Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Mr Rudiantara, at an SME event in Jakarta today.
The key findings of the report are that greater use of digital technologies such as social media, broadband and e-commerce can deliver significant benefits for SMEs, including:
  • Up to 80% higher growth in revenue
  • Being one-and-a-half times more likely to increase employment
  • Being 17 times more likely to be innovative.
According to Deloitte Access Economics, if the revenue growth uplift is applied to the average-sized small business (IDR1.4bn revenue p.a.), an SME that doesn’t have an online presence could grow its revenue by as much as IDR140m a year if it acquired advanced online capabilities.
Despite these benefits, three quarters of Indonesia’s SMEs are missing out on most of the benefits of digital technologies:
  • Around one third (36%) are offline
  • Another third (37%) have only basic online capabilities such as a computer or broadband access
  • Only a minority (18%) have what the report defines as intermediate engagement (use of websites and social media) or advanced engagement with e-commerce capabilities (9%).
The report is based on a review of existing literature, economic analysis, a new survey of over 400 business owners and managers across Indonesia, targeted consultations with business leaders and government officials, and an analysis of publicly available data from across the ASEAN region.
The report also finds that digitally engaged SMEs are also more competitive internationally – an important consideration with the creation of the ASEAN Economic Community. SMEs with basic online capabilities derived 6% more of their revenue from international customers than offline SMEs.
“The report’s case studies, such as Islamic fashion e-commerce business HijUp and Holycow Steakhouse, show that Indonesia can produce successful innovative businesses, and they are the future of Indonesia’s economy,” said Managing Director of PT Deloitte Konsultan Indonesia, Ms. Claudia Lauw.
The report also outlines key directions for government policy to support digital local SMEs, including:
  • Increasing broadband access. Existing internet access in Indonesia remains relatively expensive and slow. Increasing broadband access and the quality of service will encourage digital technology adoption by SMEs and improve performance of existing technologies
  • Helping all SMEs to be digital businesses. Many government agencies provide SME support programs, including those targeted at increasing SME digital engagement. But they are often overlapping and limited in scale
  • Expanding e-payments. Improving trust in e-commerce payment platforms, increasing bankability of Indonesian consumers and businesses and expanding alternative payment systems will increase the volume of digital transactions
  • Expanding access to finance. Digital SMEs need a mix of domestic and international sources of finance which are currently barriers that reduce their potential for growth
  • Expanding e-government services. Government services delivered through online platforms are more cost effective and efficient. More online government services would build consumer confidence in online activities and services over time.
Speaking at the report’s launch, research co-author and Deloitte Access Economics partner John O’Mahony said: “Indonesian businesses accelerating their adoption of digital will not only drive growth and profitability.
“It will help achieve important national objectives for higher employment, improved living standards and greater international competitiveness. Digital needs to be an important agenda item for the Indonesian Government.”
To read the full report please visit:google.co.id/bisnisgoonline