Hanoi, 1 December 2020 – Thousands of domestic workers will be able to manage their finances more effectively thanks to the upgraded mobile phone application JupViec.vn. New upgrades offer users a wide range of financial services powered by Application Programming Interface (API) with the ViViet digital banking app. Through this integration, micro-savings, salary advances, mobile top-ups and utility bill payments features are now accessible to over 2,000 JupViec workers.
Launched today, the upgraded app is the result of the Urban Migrant Entrepreneur Capital (UME-Capital) initiative, a partnership between the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), CARE International in Vietnam, LienVietPostBank and JupViec.vn, with financial support from DFAT via the Business Partnerships Platform (BPP).
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