Omise, a Thailand-based payments gateway for businesses in Southeast Asia and Japan, announced that it has officially launched in Malaysia as part of the company’s ongoing expansion roadmap across the region.
As a registered merchant acquirer regulated by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), Omise is set to roll out its payment gateway services to all businesses operating in Malaysia.
Businesses operating online can now accept payments securely, manage transactions, send payouts, and expand operations regionally to capture more sales and grow revenue.
Additionally, businesses already using Omise in Thailand, Japan, and Singapore can now expand their business and operations into Malaysia.
Omise has collaborated with Maybank’s cash management team to support the digitalisation initiative.
With this collaboration, merchants can quickly start accepting online FPX payments through the 19 supported banks.
Ivy Lee, the Country Manager at Omise Malaysia said,
“Opening an office here enables our local team to work more closely with businesses — understanding their pain-points and building the payment solutions that would best support them.
I look forward to helping companies in Malaysia leverage digital payment technology to better enhance customer experience and increase revenue.”
Farid Kairi, Managing Director, Global Markets and Transaction Banking, Maybank said,
“We are pleased to collaborate with Omise to support e-commerce businesses in the Southeast Asia region by curating an end-to-end digital payment ecosystem.
Omise will be able to utilise our cash management solutions for better customer experience and revenue generation given Maybank’s focus in delivering sustainable value to our clients and enabling financial access and inclusion for the wider community.”
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