The company’s new digital platform allows micro and small enterprises to execute online the purchasing journey
Ninety-nine percent of the 7 million existing companies in Brazil are classified as micro or small enterprises, according to SEBRAE’s data. However, according to the Brazilian Association of Workers’ Benefits Companies (ABBT) only 6% of them offers benefits as the PAT (Worker Food Program). For that reason, Alelo invested in e-commerce to offer a solution to these small businesses.
Acquiring made easy
Expert in benefits, incentives and corporate expenses management, Alelo has launched a platform that facilitates the purchasing of these services, chiefly to the country’s small and medium-sized enterprises. The website reproduces the entire journey for acquiring the service, whether using a desktop or cellphone, with credit card or bank slip as payment options.
After selecting the product, the company just have to determine the number of cards desired as well as the benefit value. Then, the buyer needs to confirm the CNPJ and make a quick registration before generating the application automatically. The cards will be delivered in the registered address in up to seven days. The launching’s main goal is to activate the online sales, expediting the acquiring process and the availability of these services.