Partnerships inked between Boost, KLIA Ekspres, KTM, CatchThatBus, EzCab and citycarpark.
Market intelligence firm IDC picks the best of the best digital transformation projects from around Malaysia to compete in its regional competition.
BingoBox Retail Technology powers unmanned 24-hour stores.
To embed both mobile and web payment via e-wallet services through the scanning of QR code or pin entry.
Homegrown e-wallet app plans to expand at home and overseas.
Partnership brings together two homegrown brands to further strengthen the offline retail network.
Announces donation functionalities including Tabung Harapan and Tabung BERSAMAMU.
Currently Boost merchants can be found at Jakel, Bazaar Karat at Johor Bahru Central/Skudai, Kilang Batteri, Angsana Mall and KSL Mall.
E-wallet app aims to acquire as many as 100,000 merchants by the end of 2018.
All 25,000 students and faculty members across UTM Kuala Lumpur and Skudai campuses will be able to use the mobile wallet as the single mode of payment on-campus.