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Continuous improvement in e-commerce

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s e-commerce is on a growth trajectory and has started benefiting the country.

Malaysia's e-commerce on a growth trajectory

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's e-commerce is on a growth trajectory and has already started benefiting the country following the full implementation of 13 key programmes under the National eCommerce Strategic Roadmap's (NeSR) six thrust areas.

Is Airbnb impacting the hotel industry?

Accommodation service appears to thrive as there is less red tape

Malaysian family-owned business must learn from gig economy

SAP Malaysia recently commissioned The Economist to conduct a study that assessed the future readiness of family owned businesses around Southeast Asia.

Ricoh grows on better IT adoption

ENCOURAGING information technology (IT) adoption among small businesses will help Ricoh (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd in its aim to achieve a double-digit growth in revenue for its IT services. Growth last year was at 5%.

Techies hope Budget 2019 will spur digital sector

KUALA LUMPUR: Tech experts hope Budget 2019 will include initiatives that will accelerate the fourth industrial revolution by developing and regulating the tech industry, as well as promoting digital technology in Malaysia.

Malaysians sceptical of using technology for financial transactions

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s financial technology ecosystem has grown tremendously over the past two years, but Malaysians continue to be sceptical over the use of technology to conduct their financial transactions.

FMM, MDEC plan digital hub for manufacturing

KUALA LUMPUR: The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) and the Malaysia Digital Economy Corp (MDEC) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to form a digital hub to boost Industry 4.0 (IR 4.0) adoption in the manufacturing sector.

Sharing economy: What Malaysia needs to do?

WHEN the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (Ideas) Malaysia released the first edition of Timbro Index of Sharing Economy last month, Malaysia’s ranking at 69 out of 213 countries surveyed caught many of us by surprise.

WEF advisor: M’sia has done fairly well in growing sharing economy

GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia can offer an abundance of room for the sharing economy to grow in view of the presence of companies such as Grab, Airbnb and Foodpanda, and this sector will become an increasingly essential piece of the overall economic pie in the current digital era.