KL-headquartered SimplyGiving.com, an online platform which allows users to donate and contribute to causes they care about, is seeking a second round of funding to fuel its regional expansion.
National R&D centre Mimos Bhd has launched Malaysia’s first national Internet of Things (IoT) Technical Working Group workshop to kickstart the development of the ‘National IoT Blueprint,’ which would be presented to the Government by October.
A new app called myRent developed by mobile development studio BinarizeMe wants to make navigating the rental market in Malaysia an easier, less painful and more mobile experience.
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Institute of Digital Guangdong (IDG) to spur government-to-government cooperation in the ICT sector.
Threes & Tees is a digital merchandising platform that takes care of all a brand’s merchandising needs, from e-commerce, payment and procurement to fulfilment and even design. A. Asohan speaks to its founder Ija Mohan.
The Ninth Digital Malaysia Steering Committee has tabled two new initiatives at its most recent meeting, one to accelerate e-commerce via a nationwide ‘cybersale’ and the other to improve the quality of life for traditional religious institutions (Sekolah Pondok) through crowdfunding.
The private sector needs to play a bigger role in growing the country’s creative multimedia industry, urged Malaysia’s national ICT custodian, Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC).
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014.
Malaysia has what it takes to overtake Singapore as the regional big data hub, backed as it is by a pool of resources as well as commitment by the Government and its various agencies, says Pulsate CEO Bob Chua.
E-commerce companies especially frustrated by MSC status application process Many however refuse to go on record, fearing reprisal from the authorities