The payments platform has partnered GrabPay to enable Malaysian and Singaporean businesses offer GrabPay as an online payment method.
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.
A good alternative in helping Malaysians to reduce the pain points in parking payments.
Aims to become the region’s largest merchant network, insurtech policy provider and fintech lender, all within one platform in 2019.
Offer an integrated suite of digital initiatives as well as customer benefits.
Will house core business strategy and operational functions, including legal, customer experience, financial services and creative services.
Will collaborate with global insurance partners to develop products that are tailored specifically to Southeast Asians’ lifestyle needs.
Alliance will fuel Grab’s ambition to build Asean’s first everyday super app.
Online accommodations and travel e-commerce platform invests US$200 million in Grab.