Monday, February 12, 2018

POSIBLE.NET “Empowering the Filipino MSMEs of Today”

"We have been hitting milestones since we started operating in 2016. And we are excited for what 2018 has to offer to our growing number of retailers, consumers and partners, and I believe that now is the perfect time to tell everyone about how we are empowering the Filipino MSMEs. The platforms we built over the years brought financial technology to many communities, but still, only the big businesses were able to realize the advantages. Our goal is to bring the innovations to the broader base of Filipinos, a type of inclusion wherein every Filipino enjoys the convenience and benefits of emerging technology. We are working to make the technology readily available to all barangays and community stores so that they would be able to do digital transactions and spur economic growth. Our objective is to penetrate more areas, especially those where banks and payment centers are minimal or nonexisten.” ~JG Puzon, President and CEO of POSIBLE.NET

Who doesn't want to have their own business, Right? But what if you have 2 or 3 more businesses that you handle, are they booming or successful? But the important question is how can you level up business so you can reach more customers and generate more income? The new year presents many opportunities for the Filipino retail entrepreneur. There are a lot of business to think of but what business will really suit you? As we recognize the growing role of Filipino MSMEs in the ever-changing digital economy, it is important to give light to the opportunities that Enable them. One of these enablers is POSIBLE.NET. This all-in-one digital transaction platform is creating positive change for both retailers and consumers.

The POSIBLE device serves as the main portal for retailers and cnsumers to harness the power of the digital network.

It now has over 1,500 retailers and has generated over 1.5 billion pesos worth of transactions in less than 2 years of operation. It was also chosen as one of the Top 15 finalists at the prestigious DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia (SVCA) Awards last September 2017 in Singapore. POSIBLE.NET was the lone Philippine entry in the Enterprise category. is your trusted digital transaction partner that helps you start your own business or level up your current store. With, you can now enjoy more savings, be more productive with its comprehensive financial service platform that enables you to avoid dealing with horrendous traffic and bad weather. 

JG Puzon, President and CEO of POSIBLE.NET
Mr. Puzon has always believed in the innate talent of the Filipino - how we make seemingly impossible things, possible! He has a total of 20 years of experience in building startups in technology, logistics, media and outsourcing. JG is the Founder and CEO of OksPinoy & Telepondo, Inc. that achieved an annual revenue of Php 500M in 5 years. Mr. Puzon got his Masters Degree in International Corporate Strategy from Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo Japan. He graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering.

DTI Usec. Zenaida Maglaya, Regional Operations Group
Ms. Maglaya, is currently Undersecretary for Regional Operations- the Department’s implementing arm in ensuring sustainable development of the micro, small, and medium enterprise (MSME) sector thru banner programs such as the Shared Service Facilities (SSF), SME Roving Academy, Negosyo Centers, the National Industry Cluster Capacity Enhancement Project (NICCEP), and Business Continuity Plan (BCP) for MSME resiliency. She is also currently the co-host of DTI’s Business Education Program “Negosyo At Iba Pa”, aired at DZRH and its affiliate stations nationwide at 6-7:30 p.m. every Wednesday. 

Gerwin Lim, Senior Supervisor for Operations and Support of  POSIBLE.NET
Mr. Lim, a graduate from Adamson University with the degree of BS Biology, has five years of experience in Operations and Management. He has also been in Customer Support and Collections for more than five years now. He was featured in My Puhunan last December 2016 to talk about POSIBLE.NET. 

Jerwin Lavilles, Chief of Products and Markets of POSIBLE.NET
Mr. Lavillers, has 17 years of professional work experience in IT and Management Consulting, Project Management and Telco Product Development. He is the Head of Business Development of OksPinoy, a company that specializes in Internet and mobile communications technologies, and is responsible for building a global network of partners and customers turning over a half a billion peso in annual revenues. Jerwin graduated Cum Laude from Ateneo de Manila University with the degrees of BS Physics and BS Computer Engineering. is a digital transactions platform that is designed to help small and medium entrepreneurs in the country, making it the preferred partner of sari-sari stores, laundromats, bakeries, barber shops, and other community-based businesses. 

Accessed via the user-friendly POSIBLE device, its comprehensive services include utility bills payment, select government fees, money services, micro-insurance, mobile loading, online gaming credits, and ticketing. Each transaction also comes with a confirmation receipt, gaining the trust of consumers.

The POSIBLE team has been together for the last decade and is responsible for several pioneering innovations in the field of telecommunications and mobile commerce.

According to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), up to 36 percent of towns and cities in the Philippines still do not have access to banks and it takes 21 minutes on average for a consumer to go to the nearest financial access point. Given this, Puzon believes POSIBLE.NET plays an important role in attaining financial inclusion in the Philippines by bringing digital transactions closer to all communities.

As a result, POSIBLE.NET was recognized as one of the Top 15 ventures in Asia at the DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge held in Singapore last September 2017, an annual competition to determine the most innovative ideas and enterprises. It was the sole Philippine entry in the Enterprise category., founded two years ago, currently offers more than 300 digital services to over a million Filipino consumers and has already generated close to P2 billion worth of transactions.

POSIBLE.NET is a fintech and digital services provider based in Makati City that offers bills payment, money services, and mobile loading among others. It is one of the biggest Business-to-business-to-Consumer (B2b2C) networks in the country. To learn more about POSIBLE.NET, visit their website at 

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