During this enhanced beta phase, Gojek seeks to further fine-tune its app and user experience based on feedback.
The two will work together on payment services ahead of the Indonesian company’s arrival in Singapore.
Mark Porter to focus on enhancing the customer experience through greater system stability and agile innovation.
Aims to be the alternative ride-sharing service to Grab in Malaysia.
Deploys Red Hat Ansible Tower, an enterprise IT automation engine.
Though urbanites have more options in terms of transport, Uber Malaysia believes that its services complement the country’s public transportation system.
Launch of master plan came five months after it raised US$750 million in a funding round led by Softbank
Grab, the Malaysian founded Singapore-based ride-hailing company, launched GrabHitch, its first motorbike ride-sharing service in Jakarta recently.
Uber and Grab will be legal services in Malaysia but that’s just the easy part. What about Airbnb, wonders Karamjit Singh.
Indonesian mobile on-demand startup Go-Jek has raised US$550 million funding from a consortium of global investment firms, following an undisclosed amount it raised in October, 2015.