UOB Malaysia partners StoreHub to help F&B biz cut costs

UOB Malaysia partners StoreHub to help F&B biz cut costs. At left is UOB Malaysia executive director and country head of business banking Raymond Chui and StoreHub head and co-founder Fong Wai Hong.

KUALA LUMPUR: United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Bhd has partnered business technology company StoreHub to help food and beverage (F&B) small businesses reduce operational costs amid the growing demand for online food delivery services.

According to a statement issued on Tuesday, it said the bank’s F&B small business customers can digitalise their food ordering operations and save costs when using StoreHub’s tablet-based retail operating system and online food delivery service, Beep Delivery.

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