SME banking: Why digital is the way to go

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  • Monday, 17 Aug 2015

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Let’s face it: the future of banking in Malaysia lies digitally, and that is no different when it comes to SME banking. The new generation of consumers are being sold by the convenience of digital banking, which eliminates the need for visiting a branch, thus saving valuable time, fuel, and conserving manpower. 

Malaysians are big on online spending. According to E-Commerce Infographic: Understanding Online Shoppers in Malaysia, 91% of online users shop online, while the Nielsen Global Survey of E-commerce in 2014 showed that Malaysians are ranked globally as top online shoppers. 

SMEs that want to see a bright future for their business expansion need to hop onto this digital bandwagon quickly. Not only does it win over customers who are looking to complete a transaction from the comfort of their homes or while on-the-go, digital banking increases business operations efficiency and saves valuable time and money.

To cater to the demand for digital banking, Maybank offers SMEs an array of online facilities namely Maybank2u Biz, MPOS, and Maybank2u Pay.

Log on to to drop your contact and we will get back to you on the next business day. You can also enquire more about the products/facilities at our Maybank branches or call 1300 80 8668.

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