Mastercard Launches Data Hub in Malaysia, Creating New Job OpportunitiesMay 10, 2023 0 comments
Mastercard has set up a data and services (D&S) hub in Kuala Lumpur to support its clients across the Asia Pacific region with a suite of offerings beyond transactions including solutions in the areas of cybersecurity, credit risk, and data analytics.
The new hub will also provide career opportunities and upskilling for emerging talent and graduates in Malaysia and across the region across a range of capabilities focusing on data science, product development and payments consulting.
Mastercard’s D&S experts globally work with nearly 4,000 clients in over 120 countries to offer solutions ranging from hyper-personalised loyalty programmes, to product prototyping, to end-to-end marketing solutions.
The payments giant said that the new hub will become part of a growing global team that includes thousands of data scientists, engineers and consultants.
The D&S will support businesses and governments in Malaysia and APAC to make more data-driven decisions and optimise performance and profitability.
“The launch of Mastercard’s Data & Services Hub in Kuala Lumpur is a very good opportunity for us to become a more integral part of the region’s digital landscape, while helping to strengthen our local talent pool in this increasingly important part of the digital economy.
We look forward to building on our relationship with Mastercard to help create more mutually beneficial opportunities in the future.”
said Fahmi Fadzil, Minister of Communications and Digital, Malaysia.
“APAC is a powerhouse of economic growth, and we’re seeing many of the emerging markets across the region leapfrog some of the more conventional steps towards digitalisation.
This kind of rapid change demands dedicated expertise—the type of which will be offered by Mastercard’s newest Data & Services Hub in Kuala Lumpur, which will support the organization in servicing clients from Southeast Asia to China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.”
said Ari Sarker, President, Asia Pacific, Mastercard.
Featured image: [Left to right] Fahmi Fadzil, Minister of Communications and Digital, Malaysia; Ari Sarker, President, Asia Pacific, Mastercard
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