Touch ‘n Go wins World Congress Hall of Fame award
By Digital News Asia November 2, 2017
- TNGSB is the top player in Malaysia’s micropayment system
- Has a reload network, of more than 9,000 points nationwide
TOUCH ‘n Go Sdn Bhd (TNGSB) received global recognition after winning the World Congress Hall of Fame Asia Pacific Industry Award at the ITS World Congress 2017 on Oct 31.
The World Congress Hall of Fame Awards recognise the highest standards of achievement from the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific in the high-tech transportation community across the categories of industry, local government as well as personal lifetime achievement.
Category winners were selected annually from each region based on the criteria which include industry excellence and performance in the transportation technology landscape.
Receiving the award was TNGSB chief executive officer Syahrunizam Samsudin who came on board two years ago, with background in finance and IT, with a vision to transform the organisation into a fintech company in the next 12 months.
At the World Congress, Syahrunizam also introduced Touch ‘n Go’s vision for the future in a presentation entitled ‘Urban Mobility Powered by New Digital Payment System.’
By definition, an intelligent transportation system (ITS) is a technology, application or platform that improves the quality of transportation or applications that monitor, manage or enhance transportation systems.
Driven by a culture of innovation and continuous improvement, Touch ‘n Go has been growing by leaps and bounds over the last 21 years.
Today, TNGSB is the No. 1 player in Malaysia’s micropayment system, and has been widely accepted as the cashless system across multiple segments. Touch ‘n Go is used particularly in urban bus and rail networks as well as for expressway tolls. It is now moving into the retail sector.
Touch ‘n Go’s customer-centric approach in providing essential convenience to commuters and consumers has resulted in the establishment of a reload network, of more than 9,000 points nationwide.
Customers can reload their Touch ‘n Go cards at petrol stations, convenience stores, selected retail chains, ATMs, Self Service Kiosks (SSK), Touch ‘n Go SPOTs and Touch ‘n Go Hubs across Malaysia.
Moving forward, Touch ‘n Go aims to remain at the forefront of micropayments – with the introduction of new innovative ways to provide customers with payment convenience.
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