Author: Benjamin Cher
Foodpanda has seen new entrants into the food delivery scene, but remains upbeat about its prospects despite a slew of challenges.
foodpanda claims that it is on the path to profitability in its South-East Asian markets, and a key driver for that have been its localisation efforts for the different markets in the region.
Three elements – the growing awareness of the cloud, SMEs, and replacing legacy systems – form the basis of NetSuite’s regional play, according to its Asia chief.
What is the reality of the relationship between fintech startups and banks, and what does the future hold for the financial services industry as it continues to converge with technology?
Cybercriminals always look for the weakest link, and these days, it is increasingly those apps we all love to use, says one security expert.
SAP was itself a disruptor in its early days, helping enterprises digitise themselves – then the tables were turned and the company had to adapt to a new digital reality, writes Benjamin Cher.
Singapore-based Venn wants to change how job-seekers and employers find each other … and yes, it’s about relationships in a way.
E-commerce may be going through the doldrums, but South-East Asian SMEs can still use e-commerce as a lever to level up, says an eBay executive.
The French government wants South-East Asian startups, including those based in Singapore, to become of its ecosystem via the French Tech Ticket competition.
Summary: The old adage is that gamers want speed, but maybe they just want convenience instead, writes Benjamin Cher.