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A chance to test drive bank’s online services

FOR bank customers who want the convenience of online banking but still do not feel confident enough about using the service yet, there is a software simulation solution they could try to help them make up their mind.


DiGi sees 100,000 users for new service

DIGI.COM Bhd expects to record 100,000 users of its new Bahasa-based service, RentaQ, by year-end, said general manager Yohani Yusof.


CCM expects online services to be ready next year

The Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM) expects its online services to be ready by the end of next year, said chairman Datuk Seri Talaat Husain.


Maybank to focus on SMEs and SMIs

MALAYAN Banking Bhd (Maybank) wants to focus on small- and medium-scaled enterprises (SMEs) and industries (SMIs) for the next three years as part of its strategy to promote the use of its online financial portal


Scomi partners AirAsia for online car rental

SCOMI Group Bhd plans to provide more than 100 cars for online car rental under the GoCar service in partnership with AirAsia Bhd.


Qinetics expects more than 1,000 resellers worldwide

QINETICS Solutions Bhd, a leading provider of outsourced registration services for domain names, is confident of expanding its network of resellers to more than 1,000 globally by next year.


Maybank to enhance portal

MALAYAN Banking Bhd will continue to enhance its online financial portal I> ensure that customers enjoy the best in Internet banking services.


MAS sees 40% online ticket sales

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) expects 40% of its ticket sales to come through online bookings in five years.


JAL files US$91b suit against ANA

A subsidiary of Japan's top airline, Japan Airlines Systems Corp., has filed a 10 billion yen (US$91 million) lawsuit against rival All Nippon Airways for allegedly violating a patent on its corporate online booking service, officials said Tuesday.


UOB improves website for customers

UNITED Overseas Bank (M) Bhd (UOB Malaysia) has transformed its corporate website,, to further enhance its customer online services, chief executive officer Chan Kok Seong said.