SINGAPORE Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) announced on Monday that as part of its US$150 million corporate venture fund, it has injected about S$47 million equivalent of capital into a...
MAJOR retail banks offering mobile payments options here will effectively have about six months to ensure proper notification of e-payment transactions by their customers, as the regulator moves...
"AN inadvertent human error during system maintenance" has been blamed for the nation-wide crash of the NETS system on Feb 2.
SINGAPORE - In its bid to push hawkers to go cashless, payment services group Nets has enlisted the help of an unconventional army: ComfortDelGro's 15,000 taxi drivers.
For a start, ez-link cards will be accepted at some 1,000 stalls in more than 30 hawker centres in places like Tanjong Pagar, Yishun Park and Zion Road.
DBS said on Tuesday it has cut transaction costs for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as more of the SME transactions go online.