Kantar TNS’ MC Lai told Computerworld Malaysia that the latest global survey finds a high level of scepticism - ‘Malaysians don’t believe what they see on social media.’
Launches ‘Talk to NAB’.
Malaysia wins international award for Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) initiative at global ICT gathering in Taiwan.
Singapore consumers can interact with the Jiffy Jane chatbot to get more information on travel insurance plans and purchase them.
Set to be commercially available in the fourth quarter of the year, the Citi Bot will address a range of common account-specific queries from customers.
Digi has become the first telecom in Malaysia to receive the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certificate.
Tokio Marine Life Insurance Malaysia has introduced a new digital service for online claims.
Not yet keen to regulate crowdfunding platforms operating in the country.
Chiew Kok Hin, Chairman of Malaysia's national Internet Exchange, MyIX, lists some of the drivers behind the country's rapidly growing internet usage.
Keeps an eye on the growing transactions of virtual currency in the country.
While most of the banks attempt to offer an omni-channel interaction with the customers, the experience are inconsistent and half-hearted.
APAC consumers want quick response on their concerns, both through words and actions.
To prevent cyclical risks and cross-market risk transmission, according to the People’s Bank of China.
Even though they know that their national government has implemented more internet-related policies, regulation or laws in the past year.
Malaysia's International Trade and Industry Minister Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed and MDEC CEO Dato’ Yasmin Mahmood offer insights into what is driving the local eCommerce sector.
'In this digital disruption era, it is time to swim...or sink' - MDEC CEO Dato' Yasmin Mahmood said during her conversations with Malaysian Retail Chain Association (MRCA) members and supporters.
The insurance company also plans to use real-time electronic payment service in its organisation.
eCommerce, which has been identified as one of the key drivers for Digital Malaysia, could grow even more rapidly, said MSC Malaysia status firm iPay88.
Following the Malaysian government's launch of DFTZ, local players form a new venture from Penang.
The move also enables the Indonesian bank to create more effective marketing campaigns.