Jakarta, Indonesia – Singapore-based buy now pay later service Atome has announced a partnership with Indonesian retail company PT Mitra Adiperkasa TBK or commonly known as MAP to enable young Indonesians greater affordability and access to quality brands and products.

Through Atome, consumers now have the convenience, access, and ability to pay for MAP brands by spreading payments over three or six months, with zero interest or hidden fees.

Atome’s motto is #TimeToOwnIt, which refers to the company’s goal to help people own their passion and continue to smartly invest in their life aspirations. To help them start their journey, MAP shoppers who live in Jabodetabek, Bandung, Surabaya, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Bali, Medan, and Makassar will receive a MAP E-Gift Voucher 

Said voucher can be downloaded via the Atome mobile app available on Google Play from now until 2 May, 2021. The E-Gift Voucher can be redeemed when they shop and pay using Atome and then by scanning the Atome QR code during checkout at MAP stores. 

According to V.P. Sharma, CEO of MAP Group, their partnership with Atome aligns with the company’s vision to support Indonesia’s post-pandemic economic recovery. 

“We believe a partnership between our group and a leading brand like Atome will boost the growth and digitalization of retail businesses through online and offline channels. At the same time, MAP and Atome share the same values of providing access and affordability of quality brands to Indonesian consumers,” Sharma stated.

Meanwhile, Wawan Salum, CEO of Atome Financial Indonesia commented, “The strategic partnership between Atome and MAP will enable a digital generation of Indonesians with smarter access and affordability to MAP’s portfolio of world-class brands.”

He added, “Now is a time for them to invest in their future and own their passions and aspirations, seek more experiences and do more. With Atome, they now have the ability to shop smarter as well as have the flexibility and control to better manage their finances.”

Atome has been expanding its list of partners in the past months, including digital payment gateway AsiaPay, luxury brand Sephora, and booking platform Agoda.