- Go-Jek is set to launch its own beta ride-hailing app in Singapore
- DBS clients in Singapore will have many privileges
DBS Bank and Go-Jek November 12 announced that both parties have concluded a regional strategic partnership. The cooperation will show that both companies co-operate in the area of payment services prior to the arrival of Go-Jek in Singapore and will soon be extended to other countries in Southeast Asia.
Go-Jek, whose investors are Google, Temasek, Tencent and Meituan Dianping, will launch a beta version in the coming weeks, which will allow DBS customers in Singapore to enjoy many privileges over the next few weeks.
"As a Singapore-based payment maker with more than four million debit / credit cards in circulation and DBS PayLah! Which is the country's most popular mobile safe, we are committed to making payments simple, flawless and invisible to our customers," said Tan Su Shan, Consumer Banking and Welfare Management Group Director at DBS Bank.
"By doing so, we are working intensively with similar-minded companies like Go-Jek, one of Japan's largest icon-technology companies, to create inclusive digital ecosystems for our customers."
Go-Jek President Andres Soelistye said: "This partnership is an ideal link because both of Go-Jek and DBS are committed to providing the best possible consumer experience. By joining forces, we will be able to pool our resources as we focus on making life better for people In Singapore. "
He added: "We very much hope that our beta ride service will be launched in the coming weeks. We know that people are desperate for more choice in this industry and we believe we can meet this demand.
"The response of the management community since the discovery of pre-registration has been unquestionable and we are confident that working with DBS will see the same consumer anxiety."