Mobikon is a marketing and customer engagement platform for restaurants. It provides restaurants with a single dashboard for a range of services, including customer engagement, marketing, analytic and business tools for ordering, reservations, feedback, and payment.
Started in 2014, Bluzelle builds middleware for the blockchain – applications and tools for enterprises. Examples of what it could provide include real-time payment systems, identity management, and so on. It struck a partnership with KPMG, which helped open a line of communication with large corporates.
Jakarta-based Synergo develops a cloud-based employee performance management system. It allows employees and employers to align their development goals, provides a structure for appraisals, and enables data analysis.
Kata.ai develops Indonesian-language chatbots. It uses artificial intelligence and natural language processing to create digital personas that can engage in conversations, helping businesses to understand their customers better and automate the support process.
Wobb is a jobs app that offers users a peek into what they will likely experience in their new workplace. The startup aims to help job seekers discover companies with great culture before sending in their applications. It currently has a database of around 60,000 job seekers.
Taipei-based startup Appier offers a number of products built around technology which tracks an individual user’s activity across all of the web-connected devices they own.
Statwig is trying to address the problem of mismanagement of the vaccines supply chain by combining sensor and blockchain technology. It can monitor and identify where the process breaks down – improper storage conditions, tampered packaging, and so on by automating product tracking.
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