Indonesian payment services pioneer Doku has partnered with China-based payment gateway PayEase, saying that this would enable cross-border transactions between the two countries.
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. This week, we look at the power behind the iPay88 throne!
Some interesting digital moves and outstanding additions to What’s Next are on Karamjit Singh’s mind this week.
Pos Logistics has begun an extensive digital transformation exercise in the runup to a 2020 IPO, and you wouldn’t believe some of the issues CEO Yan Hendry Jauwena has had to deal with.
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.
With the boom in e-commerce – and an increase in customer fulfillment needs – BOXiT Holdings Sdn Bhd has launched its parcel locker service in Malaysia.
Thanks to the e-commerce boom, among other factors, Indonesia and Malaysia have made it into the top five of the 2016 Global Retail Development Index by consulting firm A.T. Kearney.
Rocket Internet has agreed to sell a 9.1% stake, on a fully diluted basis, in Lazada to China’s Alibaba for US$137 million. Lazada and Alibaba also entered into a transaction that includes Alibaba’s investment of US$500 million in Lazada.
Shopee Malaysia is claiming that it will hit its target of one million users in the country, ahead of its year-end target.
Bangkok-based e-commerce solutions provider aCommerce intends to make Indonesia its biggest operations centre, and has begun its expansion in the republic.