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RHB launches total online solution for SMEs
Last update: 26/06/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, June 26 (Bernama) -- RHB Bank Bhd is the first financial institution in Malaysia to offer a total cloud-based all-in-one digital business solution for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) following†the expansion of its RHB SME e-Solution digital business solution.

Originally launched for the retail industry, the digital solution now†covers all industries and the bank targets to garner an additional 2,500 users to register for the SME e-Solution in the next 12 months.

In a statement today, RHB Bank said it was†now the first Malaysian financial institution to offer a total all-in-one solution for SMEs†looking to digitalise the way they run their business.

"The solution is†aimed at complementing the SME†ecosystem.

"It offers credit and debit card terminals to enable card transactions†and customised SME insurance packages specifically for SMEs to protect their businesses," it added.



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