The Ministry of Finance in collaboration with Malaysia Digital Economic Corporation (MDEC), SME Bank and Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN) has rolled-out a digitalisation grant to encourage SMEs embrace digitalisation in their day-to-day operations. WebServer is honoured to be one of the Technology Solution Providers (TSP) chosen to assist SMEs in their digitalisation efforts.If you are an SME looking at going digital, this is an opportunity not to be missed! The SME Digitalisation Initiative entitles eligible SME in Malaysia to a 50% matching grant up to RM5,000. This offer is limited to first 100,000 SMEs, so, grab this chance to shine online at a subsidised cost.
Get your matching grant up to RM5,000 with us.
SME Digitalisation Grant is a Budget 2020 initiative to encourage SMEs to adopt digitalisation in their business operations. Through this initiative, the government will provide each company with a 50% matching grant, up to RM5,000 for the subscription of approved digital services. The grant worth RM500 million over 5 years is limited to the first 100,000 SMEs.
The 5 Digitalisation services covered by the SME Digitalisation Initiative are:
Technology Service Providers (TSPs) are local technology companies identified to support Malaysian SMEs in their digitalisation efforts through the SME Digitalisation Grant. SMEs can only engage with approved TSPs to be eligible for the grant.
WebServer is one of the official TSPs approved by MDEC to provide Digital Marketing services.
As a leading Web Hosting and Cloud Computing provider in Malaysia, WebServer is committed to providing a comprehensive service to SMEs – from consultation to execution, we will guide you throughout your digitalisation journey. We will also be providing full assistance on your grant application.
As SMEs are trying to stay afloat, WebServer has undertaken a goodwill initiative where we are committing to comprehensive service delivery even if the grant application is rejected.
SMEs has to fulfil the below criteria to be eligible for the grant:
Follow these steps to apply for your SME Digitalisation Grant:
Step 1: Contact and appoint Webserver as your TSP to kick-start your digitalisation plans;
Step 2: Choose your web hosting or cloud computing solutions with WebServer;
Step 3: WebServer will assist you for the documentation checking and audit before submitting them for approval;
Step 4: Once your application is approved, you will receive a notifications from BSN;
Step 5: The bank will pay the balance 50% of your total invoice amount, up to a maximum of RM5,000 to WebServer.
Sdn Bhd Registered Before 31 Jan 2017
Sdn Bhd Registered After 31 Jan 2017
Partnership / Sole Proprietor
Completed SME Digitalisation Initiative Application Form
Copy of Identity Card or Passport
Partner(s) / Proprietor
Copy of business registration licenses (CTC required)
Form 9, 24, 49 and M&A (Compulsory need to submit) Form 13 (if any, not compulsory)
Section 17, 14 & 58 (Compulsory need to submit) Section 28 & 78 (if any, not compulsory)
Form A / B / D (Compulsory need to submit)
Full set of Audited financial statement for the 2019/ 2020 company stamp and sign on every pages including the cover page.
Latest continuous management account from latest audited account with company stamp and sign. – P&L – Balance Sheet
Company’s bank statement for the last two (2) months (Company stamp and signature are required, CTC not required)
Invoice/Billing (Company stamp and signature, CTC not required)
Service agreement (Service Order Form) from authorized vendor listed by MDEC (Company stamp and signature, CTC not required)
Any other information and documents as and when required by the bank
Note: Official Receipt issued by WebServer – It only needs to be submitted to the Bank after approval of the grant application.