GHL Launches Online Payment with MBSJ
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31 May 2021


GHL Launches Online Payment with MBSJ


Key Highlights:
  • MBSJ launched online portal ezy.mbsj.gov.my to provide online alternative for its customers to handle all affairs to do with taxes, rental, licensing, mortgages, fines, with GHL powering the online payment.
  • Customers have the option to pay either using the FPX online payment gateway or their preferred e-wallets; Boost, Touch ‘N Go, GrabPay MAE by Maybank2u dan MCash.


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – GHL Systems Berhad launched online payment on Majlis Bandaraya Subang Jaya (MBSJ)’s recently launched online portal.
MBSJ recently launched online portal ezy.mbsj.gov.my on 15 January to provide convenient online alternative for its customers to handle all affairs to do with taxes, rental, licensing, mortgages, fines, etc. GHL Systems through its online payment arm, eGHL complements the online portal with online payment gateway to allow customers to perform payment transactions online directly on the portal. MBSJ has also added e-billing features for assessment tax, facilitating bill payment at customer’s fingertips.

Online customers have the option to pay either using the FPX online payment (both individual and corporate accounts) gateway or their preferred e-wallets; Boost, Touch ‘N Go, GrabPay MAE by Maybank2u dan MCash. This online payment alternative is definitely welcomed at times when people prefer to avoid cash handling due to the COVID-19 pandemic and be stuck in crowded places like government agencies to run their numerous errands.

Sean H. Hesh, GHL System’s, Group Chief Executive Officer, “While we are excited that this collaboration with MBSJ  upgrades the way people deal with government agencies and provides convenience to customers all around, it is also in tandem with government’s effort to drive nation’s digital economy and position Malaysia as the leading digital economy regionally, by year 2030.”

The Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin recently launched the MyDigital and Malaysia Digital Economy Blueprint, to be executed through 6 cores. The first core outlines digital transformation across government agencies at both federal and state level to boost administration efficiency. This digital transformation encompasses adoption of cashless payment as the preferred efficient payment option and that electronic signatures are implemented on all online services provided.

Azfarizal Abdul Rashid, Deputy Director - Corporate and Strategic Management of MBSJ on the other hand said, “We are proud to empower the digital payment channel together with GHL Systems, adding e-wallet as payment options. Since its inception in January, the acceptance has been overwhelming and the online portal has thus far recorded transactions amounting to RM 9 million in value, in which e-wallet transactions alone garnering RM 1.2 million. MBSJ is committed to continue improving our services where we foresee to add cards payments as part of our digital payment acceptance soon, for a seamless workflow and benefits of every party involved.”