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OCBC Bank's digital transformation is bearing fruit with more customers transacting digitally and at the same time is helping to drive costs down, said its chief executive Samuel Tsien.
The telco on Thursday said technical experts will take care of the end-to-end installation and activation of fibre services for customers, which include providing home networking advice like ideal wireless router placement and fibre TV cabling solutions.
IN a move to help local companies tap innovation in design and expand overseas, Singapore's national agency for design - the DesignSingapore Council - will be transferred from the Ministry of Communications and Information to the Economic Development Board (EDB) from April 1 next year.
The property, located at Mandeveld 12 in the city of Meppel in the Netherlands, is a modern, freehold logistics facility with a gross lettable area (GLA) of 31,013 square metres (sq m), with a long WALE (weighted average lease expiry) of about 14.9 years.
NEW home sales platform Showsuite has successfully launched Singapore's first fully digitalised sales booking platform, which could save as many as hundreds of thousands of sheets of paper for developers and property agents for a single project.
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The STI today
SINGAPORE shares built on gains made on Wednesday, with the Straits Times Index up 42.05 points or 1.4 per cent to close at 3,060.85 on Thursday.