GHL Systems Berhad and Standard Chartered Malaysia have formed a strategic partnership to offer merchants an integrated array of payment solutions, including Point of Sale terminals and e-commerce payment processing services. This collaboration aims to elevate merchant capabilities and customer experiences, aligning with the goal of advancing payment digitalisation across Malaysia.
28 August 2023 – GHL Systems Berhad (GHL) and Standard Chartered Malaysia have joined forces to provide an integrated suite of payment solutions for merchants. This strategic partnership is designed to equip merchants with streamlined payment services, fostering their competitive edge and aligning with the shared commitment to advancing payment experiences while accelerating payment digitalisation across the nation.
GHL, serving as Standard Chartered’s chosen payment service provider, will deliver a range of payment solutions to the Bank’s merchants, including Point of Sale terminals and e-commerce payment processing services. This comprehensive offering aims to enhance customer interactions and experiences. GHL will also facilitate seamless onboarding, extending personalized packages, efficient installations, and streamlined settlement processes.
Kevin Lee, CEO of GHL Malaysia, highlighted the partnership’s potential, stating, “By harnessing GHL’s specialized expertise and Standard Chartered’s extensive customer base, merchants will gain access to a tailor-made suite of payment solutions that cater to their distinct requirements. Leveraging the collective strengths of both entities, our goal is to equip merchants with the necessary tools and resources to thrive in this competitive market.”
Samuel Ding, Country Head of Transaction Banking and Cash Products at Standard Chartered, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration’s significance, stating, “Our collaboration with GHL is geared towards empowering merchants with comprehensive payment solutions. This partnership mirrors our shared vision of fostering innovation and empowering merchants to address the evolving demands and requirements of the dynamic payment industry.”