Rototype Deployment to Help Nigeria Achieve Cashless Vision
NEW York-headquartered and Malaysian-managed Rototype International has deployed a project in Nigeria that it believes will help propel that nation towards its vision of a cashless society that will also reduce money-laundering and crime.
Rototype Cashless ATM a Boon to Nigerian Banks, Merchants
Rototype International recently teamed up with Orange Apple Technologies Ltd. of Nigeria to introduce the Rototype Cashless ATM — a self-service machine designed to maintain the familiar experience of a cash dispensing ATM — without the cash.
Rototype Cashless ATM to Revolutionize Nigeria’s E-payments Landscape
Nigeria has seen tremendous increase in the adoption of alternate payment channels(APC) since the implementation of its Cashless Policy in January 2012 – an initiative to encourage the use of electronic payment transactions, and to reduce the circulation of cash in the economy.
‘Grand Old Man’ of Tech Industry Aims for 2016 Listing
WITH a listing targeted for 2016, backed by 30 support engineers in Hong Kong,offices in Wall Street, Hong Kong, Singapore and of course in Malaysia, and gushing with excitement describing his company as “being in the right place at the right time,” you would have guessed Harres Tan (pic) to be the 20-something founder of a hot Internet company.
Malaysian IT Vet Harres Tan Gets Award From Regional Body ASOCIO
THE Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organisation (Asocio) has recognised Malaysian entrepreneur Harres Tan (pic) for his 30 years of outstanding contribution to the growth of ICT (information and communications technology) in the region.
Practical, Commercially Viable Projects
Being a proponent of industry mentoring, Rototype International’s group company HT Consulting recently partnered with the IT faculty of one of the leading universities in Malaysia to provide a platform for final year IT students to apply their knowledge in real industry-related scenarios.