Leading Asean online payments provider shows strong Malaysian e-commerce performance in 2017.
GfK findings report that consumers bought around US$1.59 billion worth of smartphones, a significant increase from US$1.27 billion in 2015.
Finland-based Tapp Commerce believes its mobile payment technology can bring 'e-commerce down to the street level' across the SEA region.
iPay88 Sdn Bhd said that based on transactions recorded on its platform, it expects mobile-commerce to grow three times faster than the overall e-commerce market in Malaysia.
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Lazada Group announced that it has established a technology hub in Bangkok, its third such development centre after Ho Chi Minh City (November 2012) and Moscow (February 2015).
Shopee Malaysia is claiming that it will hit its target of one million users in the country, ahead of its year-end target.
Digi said it is making available GSMA's Mobile Connect authentication solution in Malaysia, for Digi users of Mudah.my's Pro Niaga virtual storefront.
Lazada Group is claiming a total of US$1.3 billion of annualised GMV across its six SEA markets, saying this makes it the region’s biggest e-commerce player.
Fraud executives from 18 leading APAC banks all indicated that data breaches in other industries will harm financial institutions in 2016.