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In this age, being able to do transactions online is a big advantage to any business. As such, micro businesses such as sari sari stores, bakeries etc. are in need of a platform that can let them take advantage of the available technology.

And that is why POSIBLE.NET was made. It’s a platform which transforms your usual sari sari store into a payment center for just about everything from e-pins to utility bills.

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All transactions are done using the POSIBLE Device, an all-in-one POS machine that acts as a printer, an RFID reader, an ID camera, and many more. It has a SIM card slot, so it can be connected using mobile Internet, or if you have broadband or Fiber connection, via Wi-Fi. Since it has a built-in printer, you can easily ask for a proof of purchase.

With this platform, it’s now possible to pay your utility bills at the nearest sari-sari store, purchase e-pins, and even deposit money to any BancNet account. The platform

The team who developed the platform, led by CEO an Co-Founder JG Puzon, have spent a lot of time in creating platforms for big enterprises, mostly in the financial sector. Seeing as the technology is already available in malls and convenience stores, they felt the need to create something that would allow even the micro businesses to catch up.

The ultimate goal is to make the platform available to as many communities as possible. It’s also entirely open for partners who want to make their services available to more people.

With POSIBLE.NET, you no longer have to worry about falling in long lines and having to travel to distant payment facilities to take care of your payables. It’s the perfect opportunity for entrepreneurs to take advantage of the available technologies for digital transactions in empowering their businesses.

To know more, you may visit https://www.posible.net/ or https://www.facebook.com/posible.net/

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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