Dapat Vista to roll out two new products this year


Dapat Vista Amanda Sabri

KUALA LUMPUR: With the rise of digital payments amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Dapat Vista (M) Sdn Bhd, is on a roll to introduce two new products this year allocating a capital expenditure of up to RM5mil.

Dubbed as the digital court bail payment solution provider through its eJamin app, the company will soon introduce eDenda, a new digital court fine payment solution in the third quarter of this year, as well as a suite of solutions that would assist state governments to effectively deliver financial assistance to underserved communities.

Dapat Vista chief executive officer Amanda Sabri said the group would be forking out up to RM5mil for product development this year.

eDenda is a digital court fine payment solution that will allow seamless transfer of bail monies paid through eJamin to be used as fine payments upon completion of the case, which supports digitalisation objectives by the Office of the Chief Registrar of the Federal Court.

Another product to optimise distribution and understanding of state-to-rakyat financial assistance would be launched in the last quarter of this year.

“We are also looking to team up with state-level aid dispensing agencies nationwide to digitalise the distribution of financial assistance to those who require it, ” Amanda said.

The company also operates mySMS, a messaging gateway used by government agencies, and owns the MyPay app, which is a mobile app for secure, easy and fast check-and-pay transactions with government agencies, among other features.

It builds mobile and web apps, mobile payment and messaging, APIs, and other bespoke digital solutions through a “people, private, public” partnership strategy.

Besides that, Amanda said that Pertama Digital Bhd, which is the holding company of Dapat Vista, is on track to submit an application for a digital banking licence from Bank Negara, with the deadline looming on June 30.

She disclosed that the digital banking consortium would include a leading banking software provider and a regional neobank.

“Our consortium has a uniquely strong financial model from launch, being a combination of a healthy balance sheet as well as access to global growth capital from partners who are keen to promote ethical fintech in markets like Malaysia.

“We have empowered a great team of patriots. On one side are the individual banking veterans, our elders, who know the sector from the inside and are working tirelessly to make it better while adhering to the strict risk and compliance requirements that come with running a bank.

“And then we have the innovators, who are constantly designing and testing solutions for our target market, making our offerings just a little bit better every two weeks, ” she pointed out.

Bank Negara is expected to announce the winners of the digital banking licence by the first quarter of next year.

Should the team secure the digital banking licence, Amanda is confident that its bank would have a direct route to profitability within the first five years.

“We will share the business model in time, ” she said.

With companies in the IT space thriving well amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Amanda expects a rosy outlook this year as the drive for digital acceleration has jumped by leaps and bounds.

“We promote digitalisation of government services with a low barrier to entry and the number of government agencies coming to us to partner up for digital solutions has accelerated, thanks to national initiatives like the Malaysia Digital Economy Blueprint.

“We are working around the clock to meet the demands of the rakyat, ” she pointed out.

Dapat Vista was a Terabyte Partner at the Smart Retail: Powering Nation’s Digital Economy on March 30-31,2021, organised by Star Media Group Bhd.

This was a two-day live virtual conference that is part of Star Media Group’s #digitalXdata Road to Malaysia 5.0 event series dedicated to enabling digitally-powered Malaysia businesses to accelerate growth in the new Malaysia 5.0 digital economy and to drive innovative change among the society in building a human-centred nation powered by disruptive technologies.

Amanda spoke about “Inclusive CX: The Next Frontier of Serving the New Digital Consumers of Southeast Asia” at the Customer Experience track. Watch the replay of her session at bit.ly/smartretaildapat

For more information, visit www.dapat.com

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