CIMB Boosts SMEs’ Resilience With Digital Solution Offeringsby Fintech News Malaysia January 26, 2021 0 comments
CIMB Bank Berhad and CIMB Islamic Bank Berhad has announced its CIMB CNY Go Digital offers for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
As businesses are still weathering the pandemic and with the recent implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO), CIMB is strengthening its efforts to provide digital solutions for SMEs.
CIMB has partnered with Shopmatic, an e-commerce provider in Southeast Asia, that enables SMEs to increase online sales via the latter’s B2C platform to reach a wider audience.
With Shopmatic’s services, SMEs can set up a fully integrated website in 30 minutes and at the same time and receive a 50% discount on a 12-month subscription plan.
Additionally, SMEs can now automate and simplify HR tasks, such as payroll, leave and claims whilst receiving discounts of up to 28% and a three-month fee waiver when they subscribe to the BusinessHR platform.
CIMB CNY Go Digital will assist SMEs to increase their brand presence online, connect to customers seamlessly, while streamlining HR tasks more efficiently. The two-month campaign runs in conjunction with the Chinese New Year festive season starting from 15 January to 15 March 2021.
CIMB is also offering free monthly webinars for customers to learn more about the two solutions. Held from 22 January 2021 onwards, SMEs will be guided on how they can scale up their businesses through these platforms.
Victor Lee Meng Teck, CEO, Group Commercial Banking, CIMB Group said,
“With the recent implementation of the MCO, we feel that it is our duty to continue this programme so that more SMEs can take advantage of going digital, now with even bigger savings.
The CIMB CNY Go Digital campaign will help SME customers leverage the professional capabilities of the Shopmatic and BusinessHR platforms.”
Featured image: Victor Lee Meng Teck, CEO, Group Commercial Banking, CIMB Group (second right); and Rafe Haneef, CEO, Group Transaction Banking, CIMB Group (far right) together with Anurag Avula, CEO/Founder, Shopmatic (far left) and Lim Yen Ti, COO, Shopmatic (second left) at the CIMB-Shopmatic partnership launch recently. (Feb 2020)