e-payments

Grab, Go-Jek biggest winners in S-E Asia's e-payment war: Morgan Stanley report

INDEPENDENT e-payment players such as Grab and Go-Jek will be the biggest winners in the South-east Asian e-payment market, going by a latest Morgan Stanley report. This is followed by banks,...

E-payment platform Razer Pay to launch in Singapore by Q1 2019

RAZER Pay, the e-payment platform by Singaporean-founded gaming company Razer, will launch in Singapore by the first quarter of 2019, nearly half a year after it was rolled out in Malaysia.

PayNow Corporate now available to businesses and government agencies

THE NEW PayNow Corporate e-payment service, launched on Monday morning, allows businesses and the Singapore government to instantly make and receive payments by using their respective Unique Entity...

PayNow Corporate launched today

THE NEW PayNow Corporate e-payment service, launched on Monday morning, allows businesses and the Singapore government to instantly make and receive payments by using their respective Unique...

PayNow Corporate seen as 'game-changer' in Singapore's cashless drive

PAYNOW Corporate - the e-payment service for businesses which will be launched on Monday - is said to be a game-changer in Singapore's push towards a unified e-payments system and cashless society...

2 in 3 SMEs likely to go cashless by 2023: OCBC poll

TWO in three small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore are likely to go cashless by 2023, according to an OCBC survey which polled 200 such companies.

Towards a regional e-payment platform

AS Asean seeks to establish Southeast Asia as a regional trade bloc, connectivity and seamless movement of trade are requisites. Enabling infrastructure such as Internet connectivity and...

EZ-Link still a leading player in Singapore's e-payment drive

EZ-Link, an old guard of e-payments in Singapore, has not been resting on its laurels - even if it has been noticeably "quiet" in the last two years, during which the country made its cashless...

Ascend Money to grow customer base to 100 million by 2020

ASCEND Money - a South-east Asian financial technology firm backed by e-commerce giant Alibaba and Thai conglomerate CP Group - aims to grow its customer base by about five times to 100 million...

The costs of going cashless

LAST week, the government said it is targeting Singapore to be cheque-free by 2025 as part of the country's cashless push. It also said that from August onwards, companies and government agencies...