Rework launches co-working mobile app
By Yunnie Marzuki May 1, 2017
- The first co-working space to launch a mobile app for their members
- Subscribing users can book working and event spaces and make payments
REWORK, an Indonesian modern work space and co-working platform announces the launch of the Rework Mobile app at the official opening of its second co-working space, Rework Kuningan.
Rework provides online and offline platforms as a place for business players to grow and develop. It also provides facilities and services such as work spaces and workshops for entrepreneurs, startups, and corporations in the form of ready to ‘use’ to shape a ‘growth-driven ecosystem’.
“At Rework, we are building an environment that supports people to be their best. We do that by creating a platform that supports productivity, learning, and collaboration through efficient workspace design and integrated technology,” said Rework chief executive officer and founder Vanessa Hendriadi (pic, above).
The Rework app is the first co-working mobile application in Indonesia to help professionals and teams from business of all stages to book and access Rework office locations, expand their business network through an open member directory as well as access content and services available on the platform.
Through the app, Rework will eliminate space limitations by providing a community feed feature that allows subscribing members to share inquires and experiments, workspace and community room booking, event booking, and do payment transactions.
“I believe that approximately 200 members of Rework are very tech-integrated. So, we are targeting high technology users to use our app and with the help of technology, we are able to increase our work mobility.
“I am satisfied to see that the business that we have started has helped businesses starting from entrepreneurs up to large-scale corporations. Knowing that Rework is contributing to their personal as well as business growth, makes me and my team excited to keep innovating and expanding our network,” Vanessa adds.
Vanessa then explains that the strategy to create more awareness about the app is to add more partnerships.
“By adding more partnerships, we are able to promote their events through our app and if they launch new products, we can share it through our platform,” she says.
Rework now has a co-working space at the Sudirman and Kuningan areas and the app can be used by all members of Rework at both places. It is available for download on PlayStore and iOS.
Partnerships to create a fun working environment
Rework’s aim is to recreate formal work styles into fun and community-centric ones through its partnership with the Ismaya Group.
The partnership enables members to book workspaces in Ismaya’s outlet locations all across Indonesia with the Rework-Ismaya Lifestyle card and will be available through the app soon.
Ismaya Group is a market leader in conceptualising, developing and operating a diverse group of lifestyle hospitality properties from Jakarta to Dubai. It currently has more than 50 establishments and the numbers are still growing. Ismaya’s properties include award-winning restaurants, lounges, and branded festival or event experiences.