Over the last 10 years, the SMS service which is known for secured communication for A2P and marketing mostly used by banks, financial institutions and e-commerce platforms, has been growing tremendously.
Cambodia’s e-commerce sector has been gaining momentum in recent years, with a cluster of financial technology (fintech) companies giving their best efforts to make a sustainable mark in this predominantly cash economy.
Cambodia’s IT industry is flourishing with the creation of innovative apps. The latest app to hit the market is providing a platform to make locating medical professionals and health services easier.
It wasn’t the busiest quarter for Cambodia’s ICT sector, but nevertheless, the last three months involved some interesting developments.
Phnom Penh has recently placed a renewed focus on increasing security equipment around the city, with more than 1000 security cameras now installed.
On a recent Thursday afternoon, while school buses make circuitous routes through the grid of Phnom Penh, weaving through standstill traffic, five middle school girls are huddled together over an Android phone, grinning and laughing
Following regional and global trends, Cambodian businesses are investing into becoming digital more than ever before, hoping to unlock the great potential this booming space can bring.
Much attention has been placed on Cambodia’s booming ICT industry over the past couple of months, most notably at the recent World Economic Forum on Asean which shone a spotlight on Southeast Asia’s rapid adoption of digital tec
Businesses should look to optimise repetitive and labour-intensive tasks through the use of technology, according to Sopheakmonkol Sok, CEO of Codingate, a local web and mobile development services company.
With financial technology – fintech for short – in Cambodia largely limited to electronic money transfers through physical kiosks and agents, there is much talk of the massive fintech potential that the Kingdom has still not tapped
Cambodia has struggled to increase the number of digital transactions in its economy, but Quick Response codes, a technology commonly known as “QR,” could be the solution to rapidly and cheaply reduce cash usage in the Kingdom.