FOUNDED in 2000, Macro Kiosk Bhd (MacroKiosk) is a mobile technology enabler focuses mainly in the areas of Enterprise Mobility Solutions (EMS) and Mobile Payment Services (MPS).
MacroKiosk has presence in 12 countries, cutting across the Asian continent and boasts of more than 2000 active customers from 37 countries across 25 industries worldwide.
Its EMS is highly-adaptable and deeply customisable to customers. It can be engage directly on a graphical user interface (GUI) or integrate on the application protocol interface (API) level.
On the other hand, MPS offers a safe, secure and efficient payment engagements that enhance the affiliation between merchants and consumers whereby billing for goods and services are made to their mobile phone’s bill – prepaid or post-paid users across Asia.
MacroKiosk which has received numerous awards such as the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award and the BrandLaureate Award, has already established a very sound footing in terms of partnering with the various mobile telecommunications provider in this region and having the first-mover advantage will definitely help it continue to grow and do well in the mobile space.
MacroKiosk CEO Kenny Goh said that through the GAIN programme, the company has accelerated its access into markets with in-depth information such as the United States, leverage on the business matching opportunities with foreign establishments and eventually setting up its operations there.
“Through association with GAIN, MacroKiosk has also received third party professionally endorsements, which in turn has enhanced the credibility of MacroKiosk as a mark of a world-class service provider and its commitment towards the business, strategy, technology usage and potential growth.” he added.
Despite the gloomy economic projections by many pundits, Goh is optimistic that MacroKiosk will be able to weather any impacts moving forward.
“MacroKiosk offers a variety of prominent mobile solutions such as MOBILE OTP, MOBILE QR and CONSOLE to our clients in 18 different industries.
“Going forward, our business strategy is to facilitate ease of entries for companies to tap into our solutions through our dynamic business model, Solutions-As-A-Service (SaaS) and to continue MacroKiosk’s regional expansion to new markets such as Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia,” Goh said, adding that the company is also planning to enter more new industry verticals across the 12 countries in which it is already present.