Multi-award-winning, leading technology solutions provider Fusionex was chosen as the Pinnacle Technology Partner for the biggest online sale in Malaysia – FPX #MYCYBERSALE 2019. Fusionex technology will help this sixth annual sale to take flight and fulfill its ambitions of boosting e-commerce regionally with a #MYCYBERSALE ASIA event.

This year’s sale is going beyond borders and targeting Asian economies including Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore. With Taiwan joining as the first Regional Partner, a #MYCYBERSALE ASIA event will be held in Taiwan concurrently with the FPX #MYCYBERSALE 2019 event in Malaysia from September 27 to October 3.

FPX #MYCYBERSALE 2019 offers a wide variety of products that are up for grabs with exclusive deals that shoppers can only get during this sale. The event is organized by the National Technology Association of Malaysia (PIKOM) and supported by the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC). The event this year also includes Title Partner PayNet, operator of FPX, an online payments provider.

This year, #MYCYBERSALE forecasts revenue of RM500 million, with export revenue forecasted at RM80 million. In turn, it hopes to attract around 1,500 registered participants with at least 750 exporting to 40 overseas markets. The event is an initiative to catalyze the growth of the national e-commerce industry, increase domestic e-commerce revenue, and accelerate the adoption of e-commerce among merchants.

Fusionex Founder and Group CEO Dato’ Seri Ivan Teh said: “We are excited to be playing a part in making FPX #MYCYBERSALE 2019 and the first ever #MYCYBERSALE ASIA a great success. We hope merchants will leverage on this robust, flexible, and easy-to-use platform, to reach more customers and boost sales. The #MYCYBERSALE events, championed by PIKOM and supported by MDEC, will benefit businesses immensely, especially with today’s increase in competition and tech-savvy consumers. It is our hope that Fusionex’s technology platform, via #MYCYBERSALE will be a stepping stone for business to succeed in the e-commerce space.”

Source: Yahoo Finance