Mobikon in tie-up with Philippines’ BPI Bank
By Digital News Asia November 18, 2015
- Helps Mobikon reach out to more than 300 restaurants
- Projecting revenue of US$500K+ with successful execution
SINGAPORE-headquartered Mobikon has announced a tie-up with BPI Bank in Manila to offer its customer engagement platform to restaurants.
This would help Mobikon reach out to more than 300 restaurants, and strengthen its presence in the Philippines, the company said in a statement.
Mobikon is projecting revenue of upwards of US$500,000 with the successful execution of this partnership, it said.
It said it is also in talks with leading banks in India and other markets.
BPI Bank would provide Mobikon’s platform and analytics dashboards to restaurants, which would help the bank gain higher share of mind amongst its merchants.
Merchants will benefit from this offering as they would be able to drive more revenue, improve customer experience, and build their own CRM (customer relationship management) capability.
“This is going to be a game-changer in the Philippines at many levels, and is already influencing similar partnerships in the whole region,” said Mobikon Asia Pacific vice president Anuj Jain.
“The best part about this partnership is its strong win-win proposition for everyone involved. It brings a large part of the F&B (food and beverage) industry to a new level,” he added.
This year, Mobikon has raised close to US$4 million from Jungle Ventures, Life.Sreda & Qualgro. It also strengthened its market reach in Singapore by acquiring its closest competitor Trii.be, a customer feedback platform.
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