Jombingo, Southeast Asia’s leading big data and cloud computing company, is about to start its expansion plan, developing out operation hubs globally and accelerating the promotion of regionalized markets to offer customers better service. Additionally, it is about to get funding from Andgo Partners and Maya Capital, two renowned investment companies that recognize the company’s potential for growth and success.
This multi-million-euro investment will provide Jombingo with the resources and support it needs to further solidify its position as a leader in the social commerce industry. Headquartered in Illinois, USA, Jombingo boasts a core team of top talent from renowned organizations such as McKinsey, BCG, Amazon, eBay, Shopee and more. The company has a solid financial foundation, supported by its investors, including top VC in Silicon Valley, and has the potential to become an industry unicorn.
In order to maximize efficiency and effectiveness, Jombingo focuses on cross-border e-commerce, social group buying, wisdom media, and supply chain financing. An end-to-end smart system, user behavioral and preference analysis, order and commodity demand forecasts, and precise and intelligent matching of client needs with desired products are just a few of the company’s cutting-edge technologies. To reduce costs and improve outcomes, Jombingo also uses logistics and route deployment algorithms. Smart data analysis is used across the company’s operations.
Rapid and significant growth of the company was followed by the development of its North American and South American supply chain centers. In the year after, Jombingo established its supply chain hubs in Europe and Asia, and in 2019, the company created a digital marketing data lab.
The success of Jombingo may be ascribed to a number of key factors that set it apart from its competitors and enable it to capitalize on the social commerce trend. First off, the company employs 69 PhDs on its core operating system team, and professionals from leading companies like Uber work in its big data operation center.
The basic data foundation used by these experts, which includes user behavior, big data analysis, and merchant supply chain analysis, ensures that the company’s data-driven approach to social commerce is robust and effective.