- News tagged "dbs"
Friday, 20 Jan 2017
POSB has announced the POSB digibank Virtual Assistant, an AI chatbot that aims to make day-to-day banking simpler and more intuitive for customers. The chatbot works over Facebook Messenger, and is available right now.
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2016
DBS says that by the end of this year, customers will be able to "bank conversationally" using their favorite mobile messaging apps. Find out how it works inside.
Friday, 29 Jul 2016
DBS Bank partners with Amazon for its cloud technology, and Amazon Web Services will be used to augment the bank’s existing operations in the near future.
Tuesday, 29 Mar 2016
DBS has officially launched DBS digibank, its brand new mobile app designed to make mobile banking simpler and easier than ever.
Friday, 10 Jan 2014
DBS and IBM have announced an agreement to engage the latter’s supercomputer, popularly known as Watson, to enhance customer experience. This is part of the bank’s ongoing initiative to shape the future of banking.
Friday, 11 Oct 2013
The free app lets you calculate payments for your home purchases, and check information on past transactions for similar properties. You can also consult the Home Advice Specialist if you require further assistance or information on home loan packages.
Monday, 15 Apr 2013
DBS Bank has announced that its virtual credit card, DBS One.Tap, is now available to mobile subscribers from the three mobile network operators in Singapore.
Thursday, 28 Mar 2013
M1 has partnered DBS to launch the DBS One.Tap, Singapore's first virtual credit card on a NFC-enabled mobile phone.
Monday, 3 Dec 2012
With the SmartWallet app, StarHub's mobile customers will be able to use three contactless payment cards, the DBS One.Tap, NFC ez-link purse, and NFC FEVO Pre-paid MasterCard, on NFC-enabled smartphones.
Friday, 3 Aug 2012
Citibank, DBS, EZ-Link, M1, SingTel, and StarHub, will launch the nation-wide NFC services through a secure, unified, and comprehensive third-party infrastructure managed by Gemalto and supported by IDA. Consumers will be offered a choice of multiple contactless payment products on their NFC phones, while businesses will have the option of deploying secured mobile services.