Mobile Commerce

Malaysia's e-commerce still going gangbusters
Three key takeaways from iPay88’s eCommerce 2018 insight Mobile trumps desktop as preferred online channel for users
Payment platform Stripe integrates Alipay and WeChat Pay
Stripe intends to open access to lucrative Chinese market with Alipay and WeChat Pay integration.
4 in 10 online transactions may be inaccurately measured by regional retailers: Criteo
Southeast Asian retailers who lack a cross-device perspective will have a distorted view on up to 41% of their online transactions.
Don't just look at the hard numbers: Rakuten Ventures
Entrepreneurs should be focused on understanding the culture, not just the hard numbers Malaysia has what it takes to be the next digital economy powerhouse in Southeast Asia
goSwiff unveils new suite of professional services for banks and MNOs
Global mobile commerce and marketing services provider goSwiff unveiled a new line of professional services for banks and mobile network operators (MNOs).
Amway adds high tech to its high-touch model
From a ‘high-touch’ business, Amway Malaysia has added as much technology as it can into its operations to turn it into a high-tech business as well. Today, 45% of its US$256 million worth of business comes from online.
Shopify eyes mobile entry into Malaysian hearts
Having already garnered some merchants here, the official debut of e-commerce platform Shopify in Malaysia was only a matter of time, says its head of business development.
MOL enters Turkey with stake in Game Sultan and PaytoGo
E-payment service provider MOL AccessPortal Sdn. Bhd. (MOL), a subsidiary of MOL Global Pte. Ltd., has announced a majority investment in Turkey’s E-pin market leader, Game Sultan and leading mobile payment company, PaytoGo. 
IBM beefs up financing for business partners
IBM announces US$4bil in financing for credit-qualified clients to eliminate many of the cost barriers that businesses face today.
Malaysians increasingly prefer online shopping to mall visits
According to a new PayPal survey conducted by GfK to measure the changing ways that consumers shop and pay, Malaysians plan to do nearly half (46%) of all their holiday shopping online this year, which the two companies said would save consumers 36 hours of their time.
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