The Covid-19 pandemic is driving momentum towards the digital economy in Southeast Asia, with Malaysia seeing some significant shifts in payment preferences
150k micro SMEs to benefit from shariah compliant micro-financing through Aspirasi 3-min online process, funding available in 48 hours from SMEs bank accounts
JomParking has enabled users to conveniently pay for parking on Malaysian streets, but they’re building more than just an app. Instead, it’s an ecosystem catered towards the parking business in many ways.
Three of the larger e-wallet providers in Malaysia are selected as partners for the Malaysian government’s e-Tunai Rakyat initiative to accelerate digital payment adoption.
WKYew, the country’s top Hearthstone player and part of Boost e-wallet’s e-sports team brings glory to Malaysia in SEA Games debut.
Service vendors can free technician teams from handling cash Boost takes another step in building robust cashless digital ecosystem
Reports 2Q19 earnings per share of 2.2 sen, from a loss per share of 37.1 sen in 2Q18.
Goes beyond geographical borders to include Taiwan and Thailand.
The way people perceive cashless has changed from reloading smartcards to using smartphones.
Raises the benchmark in the provision of services to over 300 communities or sites.