An interesting post about Malaysia.
When the Selangor state government launched the enhanced version of its Selangkah app last month, it signalled a shift towards commercial features. Now, it has come out with another app called Selangkah BIZ to allow small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to take advantage of the cashless payment feature within Selangkah.
The payment platform was made possible by Selangkah’s collaboration with fintech company Kiple. Registered merchants can present their customers with a variety of payment options, which currently includes Touch n’ Go eWallet, Boost, GrabPay, Razer Pay, and kiple’s own e-wallet, kiplePay.
The app also allows merchants to monitor their overall sales through transaction records, allowing for daily tracking. This is all apparently part of Selangor and Selangkah’s efforts to help businesses digitalise within a pandemic-struck economy.
Selangkah claims the new features will help businesses save costs while providing their customers with greater convenience and value – all without the need for device installation and rental. And as announced last month, Selangkah WALLET and Selangkah PAY are coming soon as well.
At the moment, Selangkah BIZ is only available for Android device although the team behind it is already working on iOS version which will be out soon. Nevertheless, small and medium business owners out there that are interesting to learn more about Selangkah BIZ or even register for it, just head on to its official website right here.
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