Innovations and general interest in modernising the payment ecosystem in Malaysia had really taken off.
An Indonesia-based authentication platform to support secure and seamless e-commerce transactions.
Digital payments giant is ‘device and tech agnostic’ in order to collaborate with everybody.
A report by Credit Suisse reveals that the entry of Chinese tech giants into the Asean region is helping develop its e-commerce and payments sectors.
The Malaysian e-payment pioneer continues to innovate to bring end-to-end solutions to more customers.
Will enable mobile payment application as a payment option to more than twenty thousand merchants under their respective networks.
MOL Global founder Ganesh Kumar Bangah will now assume the role of executive chairman, while his post as CEO will be taken on jointly by Charles Ng Chee Chau and Preecha Praipattarakul, even as the company reports net losses. Goh Thean Eu looks more deeply at these developments.
Payment startup Omise has announced a seed-financing round of US$300,000 by venture firm East Ventures, which it said would help it accomplish its goal of offering a payment solution for everyone in Thailand even as it prepares for a beta launch in September.
Calling it the last piece in his multi-continent acquisition spree to position MOL as Asia’s leading e-payment provider, Ganesh Kumar Bangah, MOL Global’s founder and chief executive officer, has acquired a 50% stake in NganLuong, one of Vietnam’s largest online payment and escrow platform providers for domestic and cross-border e-commerce.
Payment systems provider GHL Systems Bhd believes that industry throughout Asean will experience above-average growth over the next two to three years as a result of developments in technology.