Business & Economy Startups Malaysian salestech startup SalesCandy sets foot in neighboring regions

Malaysian salestech startup SalesCandy sets foot in neighboring regions

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SalesCandy just launched in Malaysia 18 months ago

SalesCandy International Sdn Bhd, a Malaysia-based salestech startup, has entered Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam. The company said it has struck multiple contracts across Southeast Asia in the first quarter of 2019 and is readying up operation in the said countries.

“With a combined population of more than 650 million and smartphone penetration in Southeast Asia are on the rise, the adoption of digital solutions and technology in sales management, are still lagging behind. We are confident that our product will help businesses improve their sales productivity by closing more sales and bringing down cost per sale.” said Stanley Chee, CEO & co-founder of SalesCandy.

SalesCandy’s product is SalesCandy LMS that features a mobile app action-based Lead Management System (LMS) with a real-time routing mechanism. This allows a salesperson to respond to enquiries coming from multiple online and offline channels within five minutes.

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SalesCandy LMS (lead management system) app is currently available in four languages: English, Thai, Vietnamese, and Bahasa Indonesia.

SalesCandy claims that right now, its platform serves more property players than other sectors.

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Beyond regional expansion, SalesCandy said it has a bigger vision. “We aim to create tighter coordination between the property developers, real estate agencies, and the banks, that they can use SalesCandy to shorten the sales journey of home buyers – from the point where they book a unit to getting a mortgage loan. In the next 3 to 12 months, we will centre our product rollout around developing an ecosystem that helps both our banking and property clients to bridge the missing links, improve sales service level, and ultimately, close more sales,” said Chee.

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