Jakarta, MINA – Qabul Indonesia on Tuesday launched Qobul application, a marketplace intended for Muslims in Indonesia.
Badar Basmallah, Chief of Executive Officer of Qabul Indonesia said the Qabul application was expected to meet the needs of Muslims in Indonesia.
“At this time, the Qabul application has already be used to buying and selling transactions online,” Badar said.
However, it did not stop there. In 2020, the Qabul application can be used to order special Hajj and Umrah trips, buy qurban animals, and pay Zakat.
“We also open as many as possible for traders, entrepreneurs, owners of Umrah, Hajj, and breeders service bureaus to join it,” he said
Dimas Seto, an actor and the initiator of Qabul application expressed his support for the application.
“What is the different of Qabul, at present the application may only meet the people in terms of worship information, while Qabul not only provides information on worshipers but also can improve the economy of people. Because it involves MSMEs and other sharia-based businesses, “Dimas said.
“In addition, Qabul is also a product or application made in the country, where Indonesia is a country with the largest Muslim population in the world,” he said.
The application is the beginning of a series of applications that will be launched by Qabul Indonesia. (T/Sj/P2)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)