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Tuesday, 15 September 2020 09:05

New Straits Times, June 4, 2020 - Innovate to Stay Resilient

More than 70 days into the Movement Control Order (MCO), Malaysia is finally emerging from the dark tunnel of the Covid-19 pandemic. Infection rates have dropped to more manageable levels, prompting the return to work for key economic sectors and re-opening of restaurants and other essential services. Our daily lives are coming out of stasis, albelt slowly and very carefully.

Monday, 14 September 2020 20:56

StarMETRO, May 19, 2020 - E-wallet Offers Cash-based Merchants Safer Way to Operate

The Covid-19 pandemic has been very tough on businesses, especially SMEs and micro-businesses. Since the government's movement control order (MCO) came into effect to contain the spread of the virus, many micro ard small business owners who run cash-based businesses face the risk of shuttering due to the sudden and drastic drop in sales as well as customers choosing to go cashless and limiting the use of bank notes as they seek safer ways to transact.

Monday, 14 September 2020 20:47

StarBIZ, May 19, 2020 - Shopee : New Normal in World of Retailing Here to Stay

Kuala Lumpur : Over 32 million Malaysians are affected by the Movement Control Movements (MCO) introduced on March 18 to control the spread of Covid-19. This directive has brought about new normal even in the world of retailing that according to Shopee is here to stay. With consumers fully embracing e-commerce, businesses across industries are seen to be pushing boundaries and accelerating their digital presence.

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Monday, 14 September 2020 20:27

Harian Metro, Mei 12, 2020 - Kuasai Teknologi Digital

Kuala Lumpur : Kemudahan pembayaran tanpa tunai, e-dompet kini semakin berkembang pesat. Ditambah dengan pendemik Covid-19, e-dompet kini menjadi medium pembayaran popular dalam kalangan rakyat negara ini. Antara e-dompet yang digunakan adalah KiplePay yang dilancarkan dua tahun lalu.

Monday, 14 September 2020 20:18

StarEDU, May 10, 2020 - Secure Platforms Crucial for Effective Online Education

The closure of schools due to the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a surge in the usage of online platforms as educational tools to ensure students learning is not disrupted.

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Monday, 14 September 2020 20:07

Berita Harian, Mei 9, 2020, UPM Bangun Aplikasi Pantau Tahap Risiko Pandemik

Kuala Lumpur : Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) membangunkan aplikasi pengurusan risiko baharu berasaskan laman web, dikenali Sistem Pengurusan Risiko ERTCOVID-19 UPM (PutraRISK - ERTCOVID-19) bagi memantau tanda dan gejala COVID-19.

Monday, 14 September 2020 19:58

New Straits Times, May 9, 2020 - Cameron Highlands Farmers Added to Maybank's Sama-sama Lokal Platform

Kuala Lumpur : Maybank's Sama-sama Lokal platform, recently launched to help strugling hawkers during the Movement Control Order period, has been expanded to include fresh flower, vegetable and fruit farmers in Cameron Highlands.

Monday, 14 September 2020 19:46

Berita Harian, Mei 9, 2020 - AMS Metal Group : Pembekal Bahan Aluminium Sehenti

Johor Bahru : Syarikat perusahaan kecil dan sederhana (PKS), AMS Metal Group Sdn Bhd, menyasarkan bagi menembusi pasaran Malaysia Timur, Thailand dan Indonesia sebagai langkah mengembangkan organisasi itu bagi tempoh lima tahun.

Tuesday, 21 April 2020 15:14

The Edge Malaysia, April 20, 2020 - Uberisation of Cold Chain Network for Farmers and Fisherman

Kuala Lumpur: When Ivan Chin, the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of GoLog Malaysia, a cold chain online logistics and delivery platform, first read about the farmers in Cameron Highlands letting their vegetables go to waste, he knew more than the average Malaysian what was going on behind the scenes.

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Tuesday, 21 April 2020 14:52

The Edge Malaysia, March 2, 2020 - Making It Easier to Shop for A Solar Power System

Installing a solar power system in the home can be a tedious process for consumers. First, they have to find a provider with a good reputation or pricing. If financing is needed, they have to look for a bank that can meet their needs. Then, they need to get in touch with their provider for their maintenance needs. Understanding to this pain point, technology provider OpenSys Technologies Sdn Bhd recently launched buySolar, the country's first one-stop online solar marketplace. The platform connects consumers with solar power system providers, banks and other players. The company is a subsidiary of Bursa Malaysia-listed OpenSys (M) Bhd.

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