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UTeM : Cashless Campus

In line with current digital technology developments, UTeM has taken steps to introduce a cashless campus initiative. This effort is in line with the university's aspiration to achieve smart campus status and also supports the government's desire to reduce the dependency on cash payment transactions by 2020 in providing access, flexibility and choice to consumers and providing a convenient and secure payment experience.

Starting January 2018, various efforts have been made to ensure that the cashless campus project is implemented at UTeM. Among the efforts that have been made is to introduce Bank Islam Unidebit cards to every staff and student. This Bank Islam Unidebit Card has two primary functions namely identity card (ID card) as well as bank card. The ID card is used for the purpose of recording the access and security of door access while the bank card is used to make payments, withdrawals and so on.

In empowering and ensuring the implementation of a cashless campus continues to be successful, University Management also enforces payment and cashless receipts at all university service counters for payment of fees, fines and various other university revenues. The counters involved are Pej Counters. Treasurer, Residential College Counter, Wisdom Library Library Counter, Office Counter. Safety and more.

In addition, internet banking services and facilities are also being expanded with payment processing through the Financial Process Exchange (FPX), Mastercard Internet Gateway (MiGS), JomPAY and e-Wallet.

The concept of cashless is also encouraged for any transaction conducted in the cafeteria and university cooperatives.

It is hoped that the implementation of this cashless campus project will be a catalyst for a new campus lifestyle and offer a simpler, faster, safer cash-flow for college residents. It is also one of the ways to educate college students towards a digital lifestyle.

 

Biodata :

Mohd. Isa Mohd. Dom is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the Technical University of Malacca (UTeM) in charge of managing the merger of three (3) Responsibility Centers, the Knowledge and Communication Services Center, the Wisdom Library and the University Publisher. His main role is to enhance the effectiveness of the service delivery system and is responsible for preparing the Strategic and Tactical Knowledge Management Development Plan at UTeM, including Information Technology Management, Reference Resource Management and Repository Management and Publishing Management.

Originally from Johor Darul Takzim, he was a former student of Shah Alam School, Kuala Lumpur (1980) and holds a Diploma in Computer Science and Mathematics, Mara University of Technology (UiTM) (1984) and a Computer Science Degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) in 1998 .

He previously served as an Assistant Information Technology Officer at the Institute of Computer Science, University of Technology Malaysia (UTM) (1985 - 1990); Computer Analyst at Computer Center, University of Technology Malaysia (UTM) (1990 - 1994); Senior System Analyst / Bisofware Company Project Manager, NSTT, Kuala Lumpur (1994 - 1996); Micro House Software Development Manager, Johor Bharu (1996 - 1998); IT Freelance (1998 - 2001); Director of Computer Center at College of Technical University of Malacca (KUTKM) (2001 - 2010) and previously held Director of Computer Center at Technical University of Malacca (UTeM) (2010 - 2015).

Experienced and skilled in planning and managing information system development and maintenance projects at UTeM (Student Information System (SMP), Human Resource Information System (SMSM), Integrated Financial Information System (SMKB), Graduate Studies Information System (SMPS), System University Research Information (URIS) In addition to planning and managing internal projects, he was also a member of the Ministry's ICT Committee from 2012 to the present and also serves on the Board of Neraca Niaga Sdn. Bhd., A subsidiary of UTeM, from 2014 to May 2019. In addition, he served as Chairman of the UTeM Cooperative from 2006 to early 2019 and was Chairman of the ICT IPTA (MAPITA) Board of Directors Meeting from 2011 to the present.

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Date of Input: 30/08/2019 | Updated: 30/08/2019 | nazlina

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