Macrokiosk announced 22 July that is has allocated a US$705,000 (RM3 million) subsidy to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia to embrace digitalisation through its BOLD. for SME initiative. The company, a leading Digital-as-a-Service player in Asia celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, says this is in line with their efforts to assist Malaysia’s SMEs to restart their businesses following the Covid-19 pandemic and the movement control order (MCO).
The allocation of the subsidy is meant to provide a stepping stone for SMEs to more quickly adopt digitalisation and integrate digital solutions into their existing business models.
“We recognise that SMEs today need digital solutions that are easy to implement and enable quicker sales conversion,” says Macrokiosk Group cofounder and chief corporate officer, CS Goh (pic, left).
“Selling and buying over social platforms, also known as chat commerce, have become a norm amongst small businesses and their customers. With our payment solution, businesses can quickly close a sale by sending their customer a link comprising a digital invoice and multiple payment options. Payment can be made by the customer through a few clicks and the sale is completed there and then.”
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